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VOL. xm. NO. 22 L*. 



SALVIDERE REATS BALLOT 

THE CHAMPION OF 1906 COMES GLORI- 
OUSLY TO HIS OWN AGAIN, 

He Wins the Annual Champion Stakes with 
Ease — Montgomery Also in Front of the 
Keene Crack — Two Favorites Win. 



Nfw Yi«k, Scpt»‘inlHT H. — A miwil of more 

tliHii poopio joiiriieycd to Shropsheail K.iy this 

aftcriiooii anil witnessoil soiiip lii);h-i-lass raoiii!; in 
wliii'li ovprtlirows proiloininatoil anil favorites fareil 
Itailly, only Far West ajiil Tonmini' sniiroei-iliiiff 
in rouarillnf; tlielr liackors. 'I'lio traek was fast 
anil the weatlior all that coiilil tie lii'sircil. 

For oiii-o the (lowerfiil Ki'i'iio slalile mot with 
nothin;; but l•l•vorst•s. its two representatives in 
tile (Ireat Kastern Hainlii-ap. Masipie and IneoKiiito, 
linisheil next to last, ami the lirillinnt eolt, Kallot. 
|■onlll do no lietter titan tinish third in tlie Annual 
niMinpiim, after two miles of exiianstive paee- 
inakin;;. His downfall was l■onl|a■nsated liy Sal- 

videre’s sueeess. The best two-year-old of last 
year was itreatly favored by tlie wei;;htK, but save 
eviileiiee that lie is liiniself acain in decisive fash- 
ion. .Monttjoniery ran in widely different fashion 
than in liis race earlier in the week, and ills tinisli- 
iuK in front of Itallot easts a shade on tliat race. 

.1. K. Wiilener iMuiKht .folin .M. 1’. and seratelied 
liiin from tlie Westlinry ,Steepleehas«‘. He then 
added Sheriff Williams and won Hie race with him. 

Far West and t'ressina niono].Hdi7.ed attention in 
the opening six fiirlon;;s sprint. Cressiiia cut little 
tiKure in Hie running and after Sadler had sliown 
the wa.v to Hie stretch, .Miller lirought Far Wi-st 
up with a well-limed rusli and won out in a close 
tinish witli Altuda. Tlie latter lias run pisirly since 
coming east and iter performatiee here was distinetly 
a siirprisi*. Quadrille ran a giMsl race and was a 
close up third. Sadler is evidently gisai and will Ih‘ 
heard from s|wedily. 

.McKiltredge was made a liot favorite for the 
AVestbury Steeideehase, lull met more Hiaii ills 
luateli ill .Slieritf Williams. Tin* latter ied through- 
out and won hands down from .McKittredge, with 
Mr. MiA’anii a far away third. Tlie iiiuiTi lio|u‘d 
for Kayouet guit all over after going well for two 
miles. 

The Keene pair was installed first elioiee for Hie 
tlreat Kastern. Masipie tiattered Hie followers of 
the stalde liy leading to the sireleli. but ipiit when 
the real racing tK*gaii and at Hie end of an exciting 
rusli to tile winning line, .Meidii-k was well out in 
front with the Califoriiia eolt Firestone, second, 
closely pressed by .Inlia I’owel. Live Wire ran a 
giMNl race and Iten Fleet was a disappointment. 
.Moiiiliassa got off piMirly and was not persevered 
with. 

.As was to 1 m' «‘X!ieeted. Hallol was the favorite 
lor thi* big race of Hie da.v, the .Annual t'iiampion 
at tW(> miles and a ipiarter. luit Salvidere. with a 
great pull in tlie weights, was si» widl sup|Mirtt*d 
that even money was Hie ipnuation against Itallot 
at IMISI lime. He was taken lo Hie front liv .Miller 
after .Moiilgomery had led for a lialf mile and r<-- 
iiialned in Hie lead until well into Hie boiiiestreteh 
111 the final <iuarler. Ttieii .Salvidere challenged and. 
after a sliarp drive, drew out and won hv three good 
lengths, Hallot tiring so liadly that ‘Moiilgomery 
iiianaged to get nii ami beat him for seeoml idaeio 
Ironsides ran well for two miles ami tired. It was 
a grandly eontested race all through. 

Toiirenne. in g.Ksl form and well ridih ii. was a 
lieavily siipisirled favorite for tlie fifth race ami 
scored finally, but only liy a verv narrow margin 
froiii Hie outsider Aster d tir. The latter liad also 
received iiiueli liackiiig at lotig lalds and the ring 
narrowly cscat>eil a siorehing. Fliil Fincli tinished 
gamely and beaded Mark .Antony II. out for third 
iiioiie.v. 

Vino, under a vigorous ri<*e, defeated King Cole 
and the iiieonsistent Druid for Hie last race of Hie 
day anil meeting in fast time. Zipango and Kd 
Hall tan fairly well here. 

11. B. Dur.vea purcliascd Itiimiiiig Water during 
the da.v for flT.iMHi. 

The stewards insisted on verifying Hie ownership 
and also the identity of l.iotiiieart in Hie last race 
He was formerly raced in Hie name K I, Bose 
Hose was ruled off by the .tis-kev Cliiti. 

Salvidere ran l«slay with one h.M.f lighllv band 
aged. 

MONTREAL CLOSES WITH GLORY. 

Montreal. Qiie., Se|itemlM>r 14.— The fall meeting 
of Hie .Montreal .Toekey Club closed lislay. The 
weather was tine. \ erowd elose to lO.Ol HI 'tin ned 
out. Society was very niiicli in evidence and even 
standing nsmi was at a premiuin on Hie balconies' 
and clubhouse lawns. 

Tliere were seven events tin the program, and 
five of tlieni were won tiy favorites. Tlie feature 
.Selling Stakes, willi 
yi.taai athled. In the three-mile stet*plechase Owa 
issa and King Htdt ratasl like a team for two anti 
a half miles. At the iiiiieteenth jump King Btdt 
ttaik tiff a liit too far anti in making a liatl lantiing 
unseated his rliler, Mr. Burnett, who pinckily clung 
to Ids liorse. He renituititetl anti tinished the tour.se 
and got seisHid money. 

In the mile and a half hunters’ flat race. Brick 
Top won li.v half a lengtii after a gallant struggle 
with the favorite Kiimsliaw. Tlie pair fought it 
out all the last quarter ami the finish aroused great 
enthusiasm. 

The Ocean tSateway Stakes fell to IMatiMui, which 
made a runaway race. Blue Ctaif. which is ownetl 
by the Quebec turfman, A. BoswtdI. sliowetl a great 
Btretch run in this race anil at the finish he was 
steadllv gaining on I’laltsm. Ha<l Murray made 
his move a bit sooner with Blue Coat, the latter 
would undoubtedly have won. 



COURT DRESS RETIRED TO CASTLETON 

Lexington, Ky.. Seplemlier 14. — Court 'Jtress, 
three years old. liy Disguise II. — Hanipton Belle, 
and Anonynia. two years old, l»y Disguise il.-Op- 
time, tiy Ornie. arrived at ,1. K. Ki'ene’s Castleton 
Farm Thursday. Anonyma is a lialf-sister to Sv 
sonby. while Court Dre.'is is known tiy her owu rac- 
ing deeiis. Here they are: 

Year. ,Sts. 1st. 2d. ;;d. Cnp. Amt. 

IJkffi « t <1 o $.'il.0»4 

1907 7 1 1 2 ;; 5,440 

Totals 13 « 2 2 3 $.36..0.‘!9 

Tlie alKive record includes the Criterion. Fashion. 
Oalely, Filly, I'roduce and ,Spinawav Stakes of 
1906. She met with but one defeat in 1900 — the 
Great Filly Stakes, in which she was second to 
Killalne. 

With Court Dress and Anonyma came seven 
brooilmares owned b.v .loliii .Mackay. wliich iiave 
been bred this year to the might.r Ilermls. The 
Mackay mares were taken to Elmendorf Farm. 



CHICAGO, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1907. 



CONDENSED HISTORY OF THE ORIENTAL HANDICAP. 

I TIlV Driental was won liy Dwyer Bros.’ Fcrona. Iiy Hh-nelg. Slie was at .’Ml to I in Hie Isdliiig 

and .Mike Dwyer felt inclined lo luick lier, lull was s.-ared off by Hic prii-e. Me was an inveterate liacker 
ot short i.riced liorses and could not be iiidmed to l.ack one at a long jirice. even ills own. So lie con- 
tented liiuiself witli liackiiig .Aretiiio for a few Hionsands, only to s<‘p Ids own lilly win liv a head in a 
iicsperate linisli witli .Aretino and Klgiii. Tl>e Oriental has always produced a giaal race ami lias, in its 
11 .'i". ''-'i 'C' Kurils. Kingston. Lanipligliler. Hania|M.. Clifford. Algol, imp. 



18S7* kurus (4) 

LSX.S DunlHiyne (I).... 
1SS9 Kingston (4) .... 

1890 Ktirns (71 

1891 Kiiglisli Lady (ti 

1892 I’actoliis (3) ... 

1893 Lamplighter (4 1 

ISJM Uania|M> (4i 

189.3 Clifford (,3| 

189(5 Dutch Skater (.3) 

1897 llavm- (.3) 

1898 Algol (I) 

1899 Imp (.31 

liKwi charenlus (ti) ... 
1901 tiold Heels I3) .. 
Iit02 Cohinel Bill (3) 
19tr, Clmrlcs Klwiaal (3 

1904 Dainlv (4 1 

1!*0.3 Alwin (3 1 

IJlOt; Oxford (4> 



;rr:ui«i nit* 


*rs 


and Daiiil.x 


I, 


v. 3'li<* n*c 


Mil n 


.Tockevs. 


AA’(. 


. . Baff(*rt V . 


. IIHI 


. .Hayward . 


-UK* 


. Hamilton . 


.112 


I. Miirphi . 


.127 


.Hamilton - 


.117 


J. 1. a 111 lev. 


. l(N» 


. . . .3'liorpe . 


.10(5 




. 127 




.122 




.121 


. . .0'la*arv . 




. Williams. 


. 1 1.3 


-T. Hums. 


.1215 


. . . I‘. Clay . 


.128 


• T Burns. 


. io;i 


-.1. Wixids. 


.111 




.120 


F. O'Neili. 


.104 


• AY. Davis. 


.114 


Lyiic . 


.10f> 


. . .Horner . 


.105 


1 S iiiHcs. 


— 



Second. .Age. 



Los .Angeles (t) 

Kon (4) 

Kaceland H5) . 

Fidtdio (.3) .... 
Banquet HI) .. 
BasscHaw (I) . 



9.3 Bciniar (4| ... 
1 1.3 Ben Brush (4i . 
12(5 Dr. Cailett (t) 
128 Clmrenlcs (.31 . 
103 Oonfalon C’,) . 



Uunniiig AValer 



Wl. Third. Age. AVt. Val. Time. 

.114 Klgin (4) 110 $ 1.KHI l;.38i 

.118 Kichmond (.3) .112 3,7(>0 2:0!1 

. 98 Ixts Angeles (3)1 1 4 3.430 2:12 

.11(5 Badge (4) Ill 5.12.3 2:12 

.108 Castaway 11.(1(11.3 n.lKlO 2:13] 

.120 Deninth (4) ...11.3 .3.02.3 2:08 

. 9.3 Lampligliter (3)117 4.92.3 2:11 

.118 Sir AA'alter (3).1ir.l 3,3(a» 2:oS 

-10.8 Ilorn|ii|H‘ (3|... ;mi 2.(510 2:12 

.107 ll.of Navarre! 41128 2.3.30 2:071 

. 9.3 Uaniiro (.3) .... 97 2,:’..3() 2:10' 

.127 Maurice (.3) ... 99 2.1.30 2:0S 

.114 AA’tiist. Con (.”,(. Ka; 1.7(50 2:07.) 

• 10(5 1,700 2:07? 

.100 .lack IVdnt (41.11(5 1,700 2:07? 

.119 Terndnns (.3» ..1o7 1.7.30 2:0.3ij 

.11:5 Herbert (.3).... 122 l,9(Ml 2:06’ 

. 9.3 Iliin. Kaine ( 4)10(5 1.(530 2 : 00] 

.11.3 ITo|M-r (4) 10!) 2.770 2:0(14 

.104 Coy Maid (3) .. 9.3 2.940 2:0(5'’ 

.120 Hood Luck (3).. 11.3 3,190 2;0iii 



CONDENSED HISTORY OF THE FLATLANDS STAKES. 



'riic Flallands is one of Hie minor stakes of Hie Brooklyn .1 
selling race, has usually la-cn won by a ligliliy wcighlisl youngs 
Box. .Montanic and Lido'.a proved giaal racers in (heir after vean 



Afar. First. 




AVt. 


Second. 


AVI. 


3'liird. 


\v:. 


Val. 







Bciir. 


UY2 





H'7 


Figaro 


. . its 




1 : 55 


:s!i..tPriin'c l.icf .... 




Hi;: 


UovmI 


iut 




. . 1M> 


1 . 25 


1 02 


1S!M: Box 


. . \\ . .Martin. 


108 


<3iic 


ik: 




. 10.3 


i.i;:o 


1 :01 1 


1S1>7 ! 1 ';;Ii J inks .... 


■ . Be iiiclia ni|*. 


IlM) 


Bliss Rucker . 


IIMI 




. . 


i.4::o 


1 :o:j’ 


1.89.8 Satin .81ippcr 




Sit 


.Armament 


11.3 


Dimiiiiil ivc . 


. . 94 


1.4.30 


1 :0i ’ 


18!l!l .MiMitaiiic 






Dread 


Sit 


AVariiig 


. . no 


1.4.30 


1 :0lf 


11HM> ( oloiirl Pinlflrii 


Slai k . 


10.3 


.Aiitoliglil 


102 


Kimlicrlv . . . 


. , itit 


1.450 


1 :o2* 


l!M»l Kndy llolypHMl 


1. D.ilv. 


94 


Kddic Biiscli 


loi 


Francesco . . 


. . 1 1 .3 


1.4.30 


1 :oU 


1!MI2! I.ad.v .AIlK-rci aft 


Blcc. 


JIS 


AA'. B. Coiidoii 


I(i7 


AVibl Tliyiiic 


. . Ha; 


2.13.3 


1 :08” 


1!MI3 Lctola 




94 


Flammula 


]mt 


.Alordallo . . . 


. . 


1.960 


1 


1!MI4 InaiTfss 


. . . . \\ . Davis . 


10.3 


Gamara 


UK". 


Bank 


. . it:\ 


1,71.3 


1 ;0Si( 


Hai.i IIiHirav 




DNI 


Sidney F 


l.iS 




. . 107 




1 


19(N> Momciitiiiii 


...AV. Miilcr. 


!I7 


Aloiifort 


!IT 


Boval Breeze 


. . 97 


1.02O 


1 075 


*1 18 miles, fol- 
io .3 1-2 furlongs. 


tlircc-y(*ar-oIds. 


tCliangcd to slake. 


fcM- two .year olds at five 


furlongs 


Jliicrc.ised 



Lexington. Ky., Septenilier 14. — B. H. MW’arter 
l*ott(*r intends to put I'laiulH'aii on the pension list 
in Hie near future, and ail his other stallions now 
at I’eiiuest Stud, near .Andover. N. ,T.. and his 
band of broodniares, witli but a few exceptions, will 
be sidd. and .Mr. Bolter will confine his future 
breeding ventures lo Kentucky. He lias Knight of 
tli(“ 'lliistle and Buck Massie with a tiig band 
of mares loea'ed at AA'inidtuirn Farm near liere in 
charge of K. I,. Davis, and he will increase rather 
than deereasi' his Kmiliick.v bri'eding Interests. 

Ileni’y Zi(‘gler of Cincinnati, who has for sev»‘ral 
.vmirs tigiirtal on the turf as an owner of some gisid 
racehorses, turmsi bremler tlir(“e years ago and 
next season Ik* will have out a racing string of 
Ills own breeding. The .voungslers will be taken 
up and trained by (’barley Hughes this fall ami 
winter at the Kentuck.v .Assm-iation track. Ziegler 
lias ill addition to bis .vearlings twt'Ive weanlings 
•■oming on. and last spring he mated no less than 
fifteen briHsImares to twelve different stallions of 
md<*. 3'lie pick of his yearlings Htis year are coils 
li.v Imp. .Aleltonian. KthellM>rt and Hie famous llliies. 
He lias nominated Ids brcMsImares in all the pro- 
duce stakes, and will ticiire on the turf in Hie 

future like B«dniont. K(*em* and AV’liilney a.s a 
breeder, owner and racing man. 

Aloliarib. a Derby winner in the colors of .Tohn 
AA’. Seliorr. wliich has b(*en laid iiji in lavender 

for several years, is back In training, being at tlie 
Keiitnck.v .AssiM-iation track, and is working well. 
He was bred to twenl.v mares last spring, and if 
ids ii(*w owner succeeds in k(*epiiig him on (lie 
turf like some of Hie (dd stagers, in time lie ami 
colts liy him will lie racing at the* same periisl. 

.Aloliarib is onl.x’ six .vears old. 

AVilliani Fields has s<d<l to F. \\'. Torreyson. 
FMttslnirg. Ba., the l>lack yearling coll b.v Flotow. 
dam Favena. b.v Harr.v (I’Fallon. l’orr(*.vson is liav 
ing Hie youngster tiroken lien* by a local trainer. 
Tin* e«dt is a full broth(*r to tin* s[«*ed.v sprinter, 
Biitiiiskie and is tlie last of Hie tlioroiiglibreds wliii*5i 
once iiiaile iqi the bnmding plant of Field’s place. 
Hie liotiK* of the dead AA'agner. Fields went out 
of the bri'eding business several years ago, Imt 
lie retained Hie dam of tills colt. 

CARMAN STABLE FOR CALIFORNIA. 

Band of Shifty Selling Platers Having Much 
Success This Year. 

It. F. rarman. for whom ,T. Blitle trains, and 
wlio recently paid $(5.ikmi to Bill Daly for the con- 
trai’t <>n Tomm.v Burns’ kid brother. H. Burns, is 
planning a winter cani|iaign in California, (’armati 
is a New A'orker. has means, bets lieavil.v and is 
a gfsid winm»r this season. His trainer, Blute, is 
a skillful tiian, also witli such a stable, made up 
of siicli siiifty selling idaters as Arirao, Acroliat, 
Mark .Antony IL, Fleming. Rifleman, Martha .Tune 
and otliers. Tlie stalde owned and profited b.v Run- 
ning Account before he was claimed by the Patch- 
ogue Stable. 

Mark Antony II. is a handy horse, which has 
won six races, some $.3.(100 in purses, and $40,000 
in bet(* for Carman this year. He was brotigut 
from Kngland by ex-jockey (Jeorge Thompson, who 
claimed liiin out of a selling race there for $(500. 
At Toronto, AA'. ,T. Young claimed the horse out of 
a selling race and sold him to (barman. Mark An- 
tony II. ’s forte is soft gtdng. He was no wmiider lit 
Kngland. as lias be(*n stated. He raced thirty-two 
times there, eigliteen times as a two-year-old, ami 
fourteen times a.- a three-year-old, mostly in sell- 
ing races, and won but three of them. 

JOCKEY E. DUGAN IN GREAT DEMAND. 

New A ork, Septenil>er 14. — Jockey K. Dugan is 
ver.v much in demand tlicse days. He Is ttnder 
contract to ('. E. Durnell, with second call to K. 
T. AA ilson. .Ir. Durnell ma.v sell the contract. 
James B. Brad.v and Matt Allen want the crack 
lightweight. Brady was a liberal purchaser of 
yearlings at the recent sales and, as he has quite 
an establishment of (dder horses, he reallaes that he 
will need a good rider next vear 

Harry Payne Whitney wlil. It Is said on excel- 
lent authority, make an effort to secure first call 
on Dugan when he returns from abroad. The Whit- 
ney stable lias tieen seriously handicapped this sea- 
s()u because |t has not liad a first elass rider. John 
W. Bogers likes Dugan’s w*ork and uses the young- 
ster for his horses whenever he can get him. 



.I(K*ke.v. 


Mt.s. 


AA'on. 


Jockey. 


Mts. 


Won. 


Higgs. AA’. . . 


. .489 


100 


Grigg, AA'alter 


.2;{;3 




Maher, D. . . 


..283 


71 


Ilohertson. W 


.134 


2(5 


Ilalser. AA'. . 


. ..’127 


58 


Priestnian. J. 


.170 


. 24 


McCall. G. . 


. .4ot; 


nr» 


Dillon, B. ... 


.204 


24 


Trigg. C. ... 


. .422 


45 


Watts. H. .. 


.2:5(5 


24 


Grigg, AA'm. . 


. .380 


43 


McCall. J. .. 


.113 


23 


Randall. H. . 


..230 


41 


Sharpies, A. . 


.166 


23 


I.ynham. B. 


- ,2‘>2 


.31 


I.yiie. L 


. 129 


oo 


Madden. D. . 


, .:>50 


31 


Saxliv. W. .. 






AA'heatlcy. E. 


..272 


30 


Bullock, F. . 


.121 


20 


J((Ues, 11. . . 


..216 


29 


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PRICE 5 CENTS 



“BED” WALKER'S FIELD DAY 

HIS GOOD HORSE, EDWIN GUM, WINS 
THE TORONTO AUTUMN CUP. 



Stanley Fay from the Same Stable Beats a 
Fast Field— Prince of Orange Is Dls> 
qualified — Toronto’s Fine Opening. 



iM-ke.v Club for I wo year iild.s and. b<*ing ;i 
(er. Of its winners. Halilee. Prince Lief. 
*. The record of Hie race is as follows: 



PEQUEST STUD TO GO TO KENTUCKY. BOOKMAKER OWNERS ARE BARRED. 

Mr. Potter Will Center Breeding Interests at The Kentucky Racing Commission Allows 
Historic Woodburn. Louisville Sixteen Days. 



_ Lexington, K.v.. Septemlier 1 i. — Tlie State Racing 
(’oniiiiisisoii (<H>k a forward stc)i in turf reform 
tiMlay when it pa.ssed a rule preventing txiokmakers 
and jockeys lieiiig Interested in tlie ownership of 
liorses. 

The rule offered Iiy Colonel K. F. Clay of Paris 
reads as I'ollows; 

".An.v )>erson who owns, wholly or in part, or is 
interested directly or indirectly. ' in an.v IsHik made 
on races at an.v meeting wliicli is licensed b.v tills 
commisison. sliall not lie permitted while lieiiig 
I interested in siicli Issik to riici*, train or ride any 
liorse only iiiMiii Hie track so licensed, and fo'r 
violation of Hiis rule flic guilty party shall be ruled 
off.” 

Tin* New r.onisrilh* .IiH'kc.v CIiili was granted 
dales from Detoher 1(5 to Noveiiilier 2. The aiqtli- 
calioii of the l.atonia Jocki'y CIiili for four additional 
days was refused. 

Tlic Kentuck.v S(a(c Baciiig Comuiissioii lias 
adopted a r((lc excluding IxHikuiakcrs from racing, 
training or riding liorses over aii.v track licensed 
Ii.v it under iienalty of ntiiiig off. 'I'hc old I’urf 
Congress liad a similar rule in Hie eighties, liiit it 
was not enforced and was allowed to drop out of 
sigtil. It rcmaiiis lo li,* seen Imw stringoiitl.v a 

rule will lie enforced that will deprive Hie Keii- 
(uck.x' tracks of siicii attractions as tlic liors(»s 
owned tiy Barney Schrcilicr. Fred Cook and otiicr 
horse owning liiHikiiiakcrs. Tbt* commission has not 
liecii in existence for a great wliile. Imt it lias 
alr»*ad.v given <‘videiice of its distinct dctcnnliiatioii 
to govern racing in Kentucky witti close attciitio;i 
1*1 details, 'riic operation and I'ffcct of titis new 
rub' will lie observed atti'iitivoly elsewlicro. 

Ill Kngland and in Hie east iHMiktiiakers own and 
rac*«> Hioroiighlireds witlioiif otiji'ctioii. Imt in Hie 
west Hiero has long Im'oii an umleroiirrent of opinion 
Hint IsMikmakers sliould mako liook and leave the 
owiie*’sliiii of race horses to less interested iiersoiis. 
3 he new Keiituck.v rub* ri'iiri'si'iits Hiis opinion. 

ANOTHER STABLE FOR HAGGIN FARM. 

la'xington, Ky,, SeiiteiulM*r 14. — Tlie ruimiiig 

qualiries of |hi* following six t wo-.voar-old fillies 
Iiavi* be(*n leased b.v Joliii Morgan of la'xington, of 
.1. B. Ilaggiii ami Hie youngsters will lie trained 
and raced for .Morgan Iiy James Boss, tlie man who 
devolo|H*d Cottoiuown: 

Kxrdoslve. b. f. liy Ranald -Cordite. I.y Artillery. 

Sparrow, li. f, liy Colddneb - Halvaiiette, liy Iiar’e- 
liin. 

Koriiella Kinks, b. f, l>y Juvenal— Niekiiame, lu- 
st. .Andrew. 

Bender, li. f, by Beiidoran Rosalinda, by Golden 
Garter. 

Jangle, ch. f. by Salvator— Jovita. liv Bassctlnw. 

Steamsliip, cb. f, iiy Salvator— .Alasalia, l>v AVat- 
creress. 

JOHN M. P. AND SEWELL GO CHEAPLY. 

New A ork. September 14.- -Tliirt.v-nine race horses 
in training, the property of various owners, includ- 
ing Grant Hugh Browne. .1. B. Haggin. August Bel- 
mont. II. M. Ziegler and others were sold in tlie 
paddiM'k of the Fasig-Tlpton (’ompany tmlay. 'fhe 
two stars_ of tlie .sale. .lohn .AI. P. and Sewell. 
Iiroiiglit $.1,000 eacii, ami were kniK*ki*d down to 
J. K. AA'ideiier and C. K. Durnell respecfivelv. King 
Cobalt went for $2..3<H| to F. Biirle’.v. A*. Stoki's 
tx'Ught King Sol fi>r $2..3tK». The oHier thirtv-flve 
head fetclied ver.v low prices. The total received 
for all was onl.v $52J..32.3. 

MAHER LEADS THE ENGLISH JOCKEYS. 

The Knglish list of winiiiug jockeys up to Sep- 
t( mher 2. sliows D. .Alaher. the American, second 
in the totals, hut leading in |iercentage, 25.08 to 
20.4o for V\'. Higgs, the leader in mounts, who rode 
his Imudredth winner September 1, at York. Here 
Is the list: 



Toronto. Ont.. September 14. — The antnmn m(*ft- 
mg of till* Diifarlo .iockey (.'liih at AViKKlbine track 
opened this afternoon under the most favorable eir- 
eiimstaiices. The wcattier was delightfully warm 
and hriglit and a crowd of 10,000 iieoiile was in at- 
tendance*. Tile* track was in spl(*ndid condition, 
having liecn grcatl.v be*netited b.v the rc(!ent rains. 
'I’lie fields were large in all of the events, and the 
hnislies in a majority of the races brought the 
s|H*ctators to their feet. Tliirty liookniakers cut 
ill and Hiey liad all tlic liusiiiess the.v coiildd attend 
to during the afternoon. They eoiidiicted business 
on till* graiidstniid lawn without any molestation 
li.v tile authorities. 'I'liere was a rimior in circula- 
tion iM'forc the first race tliat the authorities would 
take soiiK* action .against ttie layers, and this had 
Hie effect of scaring away some of liie bookmakers’ 
clerks. Tlie rumor, however, proved to tie ground- 
less, and when tlie timid ones were satisfied that 
there would lie no troutilc the.v quickly buckled to. 
The same system of beCiiig prevailed as at the 
spring meeting, tickets lieing given out when a 
wager was made. Tlie liiHikmakers were kept on 
till* move and had to change their location after 
I'licli race. 

Seven giMid races eomprlsed the card with the 
I'oronto .Autumn Ilaiidieap as tlie star niece. The 
speculators iiiade Mr. .loseiih K. Seagram’s Maln- 
cliaiice favorite, lull tlie liorse ran a disa)i|H>iuting 
race. He was never a contender at any stage of 
tile game and finished fourth, lieaten off. The 
race went to "Bed” AA’alker’s Kdwiii Gum. one of 
the outsiders in Hie lH‘ttlng, wliicli reached the 
track this morning frcsli fmm liis victories at .Alon- 
trcal. AA'lieii he came liome ,i winner, lieatlng such 
giKMl ones as (’hariie Gilbert, Glimmer and Main- 
cliaiice, there was surprise. 

The taliliui liistorv of the Toronto Atiiumn Cup 
is as folloxvs; 

Year. Winner. A. AA't Jockey. A'al. Time. 

19(l2».Ianiee 4 1(16 J. Daly . . .$ 970 I:.3S 

BMI.3 Boiigb Rider. 6 llil 3'. Walsh .. 920 2:10 

BM14 Claude 4 124 AA'. Daly .. (5.80 2:0!)* 

BKI.3 Sir Ralph ... .3 108 3’reiitiel ' ... t5,S<» 2:0.3] 

1!mk 5 Solon Shingle .3 10(5 .Alonntain . . 1,040 2:06 

1907 Kdwin Gum.. 4 11.3 Lvcurgiis .. 1,410 2:07 

».At 1 1-S miles. 

Kdwin Gum's owner is predietiiig great things 
for his horse. It is the intention of .Air. Walker 
to silip Kdwin Giiiii to Oakland next month and tr.v 
and caiitiire Hie rich Burns llamlicap next winter. 
Altngellier "Bed” AA'alker had a field da.v. Besides 
wiiiiiiiig Hi(* liig race of Hie da.v witli Kdwin Gum 
he had the lioiior of walking away with tlie open- 
ing race, wh(*ii Staiile.v Fa.v lH*at a field of twelve 
horses of all ages, among wliicli were tlie one-time 
eiiaiiipioii siiriiiter. Merry Kngland. from the stable 
of .Mr. Seagram, and Hie sp(*edy mare. Poll.v Prim. 

ill the mile and a sixteeiilii race AA'alker suffered 
a reverse. His entry. I’rinee of Orange, finisheil 
si'coiul to Kelpie, imt was disqiialitied. His jia-ke.v 
L.vciirgiis. risle fonll.v liere and also in tin* first and 
fonrtli races and was siispemied for three days liy 
Hie stewards. 

Steve l.aiic jirovcd Hie liest in Hie steeplecliase 
for iiovici's. tint he liad to Ik* driven to Hie limit to 
lieal out l»iicra. 

3'1k* closing race of Hic da.v fiiriii.slu'd the riosest. 
eonlesl of the aftcriiiKUi. it lieliig imiiossilde to tell 
Hu* winner iiiiHI Hu* ofiicial niiiiiliers were iKisled. 
Tile race was given to 3'enanc.v li.v Court es.v over 
Ketcliemike. altlioiigli many ot ' the spectators 
tlioiiglit till* latter had won. 

KENTUCKIANS ENJOY GOOD RACING. 

The Lexington Fall Meeting Opens — Favor- 
ites Have a Hard Time of It. 

I.cxiiigtoii. Ky., Scptcmlicr 14. -The Kentucky 
.AssiM-iatioii's fall iiici'tiiig of M*veii days, tlic first 
at Hiis season. of tlic year .'■iiice 1898‘opeiied this 
afleriKKui witli ideal weather, a fast track, attend- 
ance of alHuit l.tkKt and Hiirteeii Imoks in line. Tlie 
liettiiig. however, was liglit. In the o|K*ning race 
Hie Isi.v on Fuiiiciilalre liroke liis stirrup at the 
start. This accounted for Hie jMsir sliowiiig of tlie 
llayt-s horse, liut tlien* was iu*ver an.v doiilit alKiiit 
Collispiy. Nine to tweiit.v was an extremel.v lilieriil 
price. Tile orticial time. 1:12J, is a new track 
record licre. num'Tous tlnurs, however, contend that 
Mr. Liiidenlierger was a s(*coiid t<Ki fast. 33ie sur- 
prise of the day was Hic victory of Little Osage, 
a liM-ally owned coil, in (he second race. 

I iidcr tiu* liaiidliiig of lli'ldcl, Haiitiridge ran a 
greatly iiiqiroved race, quite in contrast with ills 
liaiidling Iiy Preston at Kmpire City. 

Beau Briimmel xvas In-st in tiu* third race ami 
sliould Iiave won. He was sliiit off tiy Lady Carol 
at the lialf-iiiile ground and again liv 3'elegraplie- 
at the last eiglith iMist. Many exiiected that Teleg- 
rapher would be disqualified. No eiaim, liowever, 
was made. Judge I’rice fined Pickens $25 for his 
roiigii riding on Lady Carol. Heidel rixle an intelli- 
gent race on Judge 3'reeii in the fourth. 

From fifth position as they came into the stretch 
he sent the gelding througli next to the rail at the 
last eiglith iKist and got ui> just in time to xvln hv 
a nose from French Nun. In the closing race Paul 
finished third to Camille and Ouardi, but was dls- 
qiialifii'd for foiiiitig several horses shortly after 
the start. The third money was I'iven to Doubt and 
AA'atkIns. the rider of Paul, was (ined $’2.3. 

Favorites suffered defeat in most of the races ami 
the layers had a profitabb* day of it. 'I'he narrow 
track was instrumental in causing much crowding. 
3'(Mlay’s attendance included most 'of the prominent 
lirecders of this seetion and Ixiiiisville and Ciueiuuatl 
sent liig del(*gatior.s. 

•AI. J. AVlmi. president of tlie .American Turf 
Association, returned toniglit to liouisville and will 
s|K*nd his time at the state fair which lieglns at 
Clnirchill Ihiwns on .Alonday. He had nothing to 
say regarding turf affairs, further than that no 
otflcials except Cassidy, McDowell and Maglnn had 
been appointed to serve at New Orleans this winter. 

Starter Holtnian had a strenuous dav of it. 
kee|iing the riders lii line, and formally suspended 
AA'atkIns for the remainder of the mee’lng. For 
mlshehavior at the post Heidel and E. Martin were 
each fined $25. 

ESTIMATE OF 1907 TWO-YEAR-OLDS. 

New Y'ork, September 14. — The extremelv poor 
showing made a.gainst Roseben by the pair of light- 
weighted two-year-olds of high reputation. Chapul- 
tepeo, 9.3 pounds, and Keep Moving, 92 pounds, 
partially confirms the steadily growing impression 
that Hie juveniles, always excepting the marvelous 
Colin and. perliaps. his stable companion, Celt, are 
a mediocre lot this season. 



2 



DAILY TtACTNG FORM. 



SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1907. 



MONTREAL FORM CHART. 

(BLUE BONNETS.) 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1907. WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK HEAVY. 



Thirteenth aiul last <la.v. Montreal .To<-key Club. Autumn Meeting of 111 days. (iSt Ispoks on.) 



Presiding .ludge, K. .1. Bryan. Cierk of the Cours«*, .lolin IS.Hleii. 



Kaeing starts at 2:.'{(» p. in. (t'hleago time 1 :HO i>. ni. ». \V indicates nhii>. S spurs. B Idiukers. I’ig- 
rtre.5 In parenthesis following the distance of eaeli raie indicate index numlK*r. track record, age of liorse 
and weight carried. 



(TofliUNt’OGNITO W’B BHi 7 fi 7 9 10 B* Hogg .1 B Keene *.7 4 3 1 3-3 

(t 9760 jMOMBASSA w 111 , 1 11 11 11 11 Nicol H P Whitney 6 8 7 L’J 7-5 

- , t Time. l:i:ii. 

IVinner — Ch. e, l>y Planudes — lllthyia' (trained by J. E. Madden). 

tVent to laist at 3:30. At iKist 4 minutes. Start good. IVon easily; seemid and tliird driving. 
>'eclick. reserved in close imrsult of the pju'e. drew out decisively when straightened for Iioine and won 
off. He was imndi tlie best. Firestone lieli)ed to force tlie pace and took a momentar.v lead on the la.st 
turn and in the stretcli, but sin’CUinlied to tlie winner's stretch cliallenge. He was a game st'ciaid. lulla 
I’l.wel. away piKirly. went whie. tinished witli a belated end rnsli and got a liad ride. I.ive Wire closed 
U|i fast in tlie last quarter. I’.en Fleet ran proininently for live furlongs and then quit. Heknows was 
away very liadly and closed a Idg gap. Throw out tips race. Siiooner lisutied up well on tlie inside at the 
last turn, but weakened linally. .Masipie forced tlie pace for half a niiU‘ and then retireil. 

Scratched 70H07 Slaniln:i. Ill: 70S.H0 Xiiiibiis. li:;; 70S(i.S .lolin .\laiTs. lUO. 

Overweights — .Monibassa, 4 |K>iinds; Cowan. 3. 



70922 


KAGK— 5-8 Mile. (76.S(r. 1:61; 

viiliii* to winner $:2!.5. 


2 162.) $4tH) added. 2 ) 


i'ear olds. 




Ind Horses 


A VVl I’PSt '4 % Sir Kin 


JiK'keys 


Ovv ners 


(I H 


G 


(70902)TOM SHAW 


wii 167 4 1 3 3 2"6 1' 


Moreland B 


Sell reitu-r 


6 5 6-5 


1 


70914=EOX1TE 


WB 104 :: 2 2' 2' 14 2» 


V I’ovvers E 


I, Talley 


7 ;i 2A 


-a 


709023E.MMA G. 


WS 161 13 P IJ 3 3 


Jas GarroIIJ 


F" Hynes 


a 4 




70873 SPRIT 


vv 104 2 4 Imst rider. 


J Dennison! ' 


S Gampliell 


12 15 


15 



1 ForUTII B.U’K 2 1-4 Miles. (41.a7S — 3:."»;>i! — t— 1111.) Annual Champion Stakes. 

§ VI -L H Value .52.->.(MK1 . 3-.vear-olds an d upwanl. .V llowanc es. Net value to w'inuer $30.."ViO. 

Iiid Iforses .VWtPPSt U 1 l^i 3 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C PS 

7ii77fi S-NI.VIDEUE xvn 3 f»9 3 ‘3 :!.i 4 3l> 4 21* 1’ E Dugan T Hitchcock Jr 3 3 2i 7-lOout 

70SM»M(jXTCO.MEItY wn 3 112 2 1 2‘ 2>J 2‘i 2* 3li 2< J Martin E Herz 5 7 7 1-5 out 

(70S41)l!.\I.I.OT w 3 115 4 4 1' I'i I'J 1* 1‘ 3J W Miller J R Keene 4-5 6-5 1 2-5 oat 

7ikS44-TKO.N’.SlDE.S wn 4 121 1 3 4 3J 4 3U 4 4 W Knapp H P Whitney 5 6 5 1 out 

Time. 1.!, 3t:g. 48j. 1:074. 1:214. 1 :'lo. l:4.sS. 2:1.5. 2:2S. 2:41. 2:.53!. 3:ir>S, 3:1«, 3:30>!. 3:44. 3:.">nii. 

W inner -Uli. g, liy Belvidere — Sallie of Navarre (trained by J. K. .Madden). 

Went to post at 4:(KI. ,\t laisl 1 minute, ."^tart giaai. Won easily; second and tlilrd driving. Salvl- 

licre. an ea.sy liors** to place, was re.s«‘rved patienll.v in tlie rear close up for two miles, moved up and 
made gisMl in tlie last quarter. Miaitgoniery. in great form tialay. inaintaineil nearest .pursuit of tli.* 
al.norniall.v slow pace, wore the favorite down in the closing sprint, but siiccumla'd readil.v ti» the liglitl.v 
veiglilcd winner and was s»-rionsl.v liaiidieap|H-d b.v tlie slow paee. Ballot was choked and hauled alMXit 
for Iwd miles in an effort to pla<-e him and when let ilown in the last quarter had notliing left and was 
easily la'sl. Ironsiiles. a iironoiim-ed ruler, had no chance whalerer willi llie ridiculously slow iiace ami 
was nneipial to sprinting the last quarter witli the others. Tlie race was not run truly and the winner 
was lucky. 

.Scratched — 7II.S.S1 - Foimlaiiildne, ld‘2. 

FIFTH HACK 1 3-16 Miles on Turf. (7ns;i3 1 :.".!l 4 -111.) $1,.-S1(» added. 3 ,\var' 

4 Vltl^iVI olds and upward. Handieap. Net value to winner 4'1.2d.5. 



Time. 2.'.4. .‘kl!, l:l):$ii. 

Winner — B. c, b.v Sain — Belle Ward (traiiu'd by .T. llarne.vi. 

M’ent to iKist at’ 2:37. .ft post 2 minutes. Start good. Won driving: second the same. Tom Sliaw 
was saved from the early pace and came throiigli on tlie inside when entering the lioniestrelch. wliere the 
leaders went wide, tlien came fast under punislinient ami was going away at the end. Eoiiile tired tinder 
ptessure in Hie last furlong after making a determined elTort aftc-r entering the honiesiretch. Fninia C. 
outbroke lier opponents, set a fast earl.v pace, but failed to sta.v. Siirit was eiit olT s.s>n after the start 
and put against the fence, eaiising IS'iinison to fall off. Tin* winner -was entered for $iaai; no bid. 

Scratclnsl — 7<*.v<.s 4 lilef liesinond. Id-I; 7(aks2 .Vw less, H*4; 7(is7:i The Itelle of .Ma.vfair. ilil. 



70923 



Ind Horses 



.SKI '( i.N 1 1 B.VCK About 3 Miles. Slee[decbase. .'f2iai add<*d. 4-.vear-olds and upward. 
.MIowances. Hunters. Ceiitleliieii Kiders. Net value to winner $22.5. 



-WVtlT'.St 6 12 IS 24 StrFin Jimkeys 



OW-\I.S.*4.\ w S 1.5:! l 21‘ 2"k u ,1*“ l-“ l'^ Mr WatsonMr ('hetland 6 5 6-5 I 14 out 

KI.NC lUU.T WS 6 1.53 1 2 1* It ;>3u' er." ;«» 2""..vlr HurnetIH 11 .ludali 1 S 5 S 5 1 3 out 

K.VTHI.EE.N w 6 165 2 3 3 tl” 3 3 3 3 Mr liern'rdW <! Slaughter 3 3 3 2 5 out 

Time. 7:12. 

fVinner -BIk. g. b.v Yucatan dam unknown (trained b.v T. Wilson). 

Went to imsi at 2:.5.s, ,\| post 1 niiniite. Start gisMl. Won cantering: s«*cond tlic same. Owaiss.i 
was the U*st fencer and gained on King I’.oll at every jump and drew .iway after taking Hie nineteenth 
jump. Ixing Bolt made a bad landing at Hie nlnetcenlli jump and lost liis rider, but was remounted and 
tinished the <*oiirse. 

Scrat**lmd — 70201) Stalker. B.3: 70-S.S1) Migiiom*tte. 142; 70SP.S .Marslon MiM.r, 1(»3; Coiirl K., Ki3. 

Overweights Kallileeii. 12 |Hiiinds. 

TIHKH KACK— 1 1-2 Mile.s. (70S.S7 2:B;j! .5 Bsi.) .filOO added. Hnnie.s’ I'lal 

f Handi<*ap. 2. .vear olds and upward, (ientlenien Kiders. Net value to w inenr $;HM). 



Ind Horses 



A WtlT’St St U % % Sir Fill Jockeys 



O HUPS 



(70821 iTOU REX.N'E 


\v 


:• 


116 


7 


1 


4.4 


54 




,51 


3' 16 


VV Miller 


VV P Fra.*i«*r 




24 1 1- 


d -5 2-5 


76768UV.STER D'(»R 


w 


4 


US 


2 


:s 


:!6 


36 


2.*. 


36 


14 2« 


E Dugan 


Mr Madison 


To 


12 8 


2 X-5 


768N'23pHH^ FINCH 


\vs 


t» 


1((6 


2 


a 


Tl* 


ii^ 


1' 


4' 


43 :|6 


Sand.v 


.1 Murphy 


X 


12. 16 


4 2 


(76876).M. ANTO.NY H. 


WII 


1 


112 


(; 


2 


2- 


2’ 


2« 


04 


2' 1* 


(5 Burns 


1: F Garman 


3 


IS 516- 


'4! 5 3-5 


(70831 )I;iGHT ItOY.Vl, 


wit 


Ti 


IIS 


I 


7 


L* 


7*. 


7* 


71 


i>2 


Jos Hogg 


.S Ijiizarus 


2 


r» r> 


2 1 


7(i;!((9 l-EONAI.I. V 


wit 


r» 


S7 


H 


4 


16 


lii 


U 


1'?. 


:•*'. 0* 


I’hainlleri' H Kubhins 


100 


2U<) 2<K) 


xo 40 


7((X7(|3T( ).\ Y H) i.\ E I to 


wsi: 




167 


1 


r» 




44 


»;>. 




jj 71U 


Xotter 


( ' R Flei.schnianns 


12 12 


4 2 


7('*16)5 OXFORD 


wn 


r> 


112 


5 


s 


.s 


s 


X 


8 


8 8 


Nieol 


.1 Mcl.3iughlin 


0 


7 Vi 


2 G -5 



-V WIlM’.St St >4 Vi "4 Str Fin Jia’keys 



(7nS;!)S)HKIt'K Till" ws l I4n 2 3 3 3 3 3 1' l.J Mr M'lliias:' McEacliraii 2 II .52 2 5 out 

7ns!ls»Kr.MSH.4 W w 7 l.5s :: 2 II P U l.t 2* 2‘'' .Mr Davies .Mr ( 'li.-t laml 1 5 I 5 7 inoiil— 

7U.sr»X=l'U .VI T.VKT w S IIS I 1 2- 2> 2P 2t :! 3 Mr Wruy K (.!ault 2 .i\ 3t 3 5 out 

Time. 27J. .5.5*. I :'2U. 1 :.5.5. 2:25. 2:.5s. > 

Winner ('ll. g, li.v Ben Slroiiie ( 'apriei.nis l (rained l>.v .V. BiilerofI i. 

Went to iH.sl al .'t:.'!0. .VI imisI I niiniiie. Start gisal. Won driving: seeond Hie same. Itriek Top 
was waited with iinlil roiindin.g the far turn before making Ids run. Hieii moved up on Hie outside and 
took Hie lead, but liad lo la* hard ridden al Hie end lo stall off Kiimsliaw. Tin* latter elosed n|i under a 
drive. Pliini Tart quit in Hie last (|iiart»*r. 

Seralelied -7os.5:Pl'antlM*r. 145: .5.S2I5 Domini. in. l.'!7. 



70925 



Fol ItTII K.U'K 3-4 Mile. (707''.o !)2. 1 Ocean Gateway Stakes. 

.*j:l,(!(Kl. year edds and upward. Selling. N<*t value lo w inner ^('>7.5. 



•lime. 11.= . 2::. 3.5. 47),. 1:00. I:i;iJ. 1 :'2C.S. 1 :3!ljl, l:.5!i|(. 

Winner B. e, liy Oddfellow — Ktliel 'I'lioliias (trained liy K. Wliytel. 

Went to iHisI at 4:2('». .VI |a»st 2 niimiles. Start fair. Won driving: s«*eond and third tin* same. 
I'oiirenne. skillflili.v reserved witliin gisal striking laisition Hiroiigliont . got iqi to win in the last stride of 
a sensational elosiii.g siirinl. .Aster d'Or maintained strenuous early pursuit of Hie fast i»aee and dr.*w out 
ill the last fiirli.iig lisikiiig all over Hie winner, tint siieeiiiiilM-.l limitiy. I’liil Fineli. oulpaeed early, linislied 
will* Ids iiMial fast end rnsli. .Vlark .Vnton.v It., away tIatfiNded. was riislnil into tin* lead and. in an 
effort to disiK.s*. of the liglitly weiglited, tint non-staying, attendant, weiikeiie.l linally and was easily 
t.est, Kiglit Koyal was tiadl.v messed alKiiit and never got into serious <*onteiition. Imonallu develo|K* 1 

rmaidng speed for seven furlongs and llien droptM*d out. Oxford was unlit lo raee. 

Seralelied —( 70N.SI I Bine F.ia.k. 12i>: 7os!!r-^.Vlissonri laid, 110; 70.S21 WellKiiirne, III; 70.s.*<2'-.\erol)at, 
ltd; 7o.s70^Sndling Tom. tiMi; 70!MisiOslrieli. 10.S. 

1 SIXTH KACK 1 Mile. |(.;:24;: l::!7g— :!- 1(11.) ?l,(NMl added. 3-.vear olds and i(l> 

§ ^ X ward. S<*lling. Net value to winner $.>>150. 



■''4 Sir Fin JiH*keys 



wi! 5 115 2 1 
wn 5 111 1 3 



wn 5 lOU 4 4 



(70S97) I ’I.ATO( )N wn 5 115 2 1 U 1* P.t l"k (' Koerner VVooilliine Staid.* :i 5 7 III" lOoul— 

70SX4 IH.I’E (70.VT wn 5 111 1 3 3' 3'- 3* 2= A Murray .V Boswell pi 15 15 3 3 5 

7(i‘.)15''ri{l.N(T6 HUrTl'.S w 5 ll)5 :! 2 2-'‘ 2' 2' 3:> .las Carrtdl.VI .1 Daly :! 6 6 1 out 

(7l)S.S9)SHENANDU.VtI W n 5 lOU 4 4 4 4 4 1 Mu.sgr've I* T Cliinii 2 2 8-5 1 3 out 

'l ime, 2.5, 52. 1:17. 

Winner Br. g. I«y I’rig llerniesite (trained lo J. Bodenl. 

Went to post at .".:5C.. .Vt post niinntes. Start gisal. Won driving: st*eond and Hdrd Hie same, 
riatiain dashed into a winning lead in Hie lirsi furlong and set a fast paee for Hie first lialf mile, tint 
tired under iiiinislinient in Hie last quarter. Blue Coal, oiilriin for Hie lirsi Hiree furlongs, tiiiislie.l wiili 

a great slrel.li niii after eoming llin.iigli next to Hie inside rail. 1‘riiiee Brutus was tiring al Hie end. 
St'.eiiandoali was oiilrnn all tlie way. Tlie winner was entered for $1,.5IKI; no liiil. 

.'si-rateiied ( 7o7.'2!i l*relensioii. 1o5. 

) £-? FIFTH BACK 3-4 Mile. l7o7C.o l;l:! .'! P2. l IfBNi added. .'! year olds and upward. 

J ^ I) .Selling. .Net value to w inner .'j*.'2:5. 

jlid |iorsi*s AVVtl’l'SI L 'i; \ Sir Fin .liM-keys Owners o It C 1‘ S 

TliSliPH .V K.Vl-V K l.s 6 ln.5 I I 2* 2' 2‘ 14 Morel;ind E Trotter 2-1. '2.t 2t 1 2 out 

'.'iiMii-I. H VKltl.siiN H. w 3 H'.( 2 2 1^ P IP 2^ Eiigl'der I, .V Hirseli 2 5 12 12 out 

VPhpl iiEi.i|H:K SW .VIN US 3 >.i3 t 3 3 3 3 3 .1 ScluUlerC. S Davis S 15 15 3 I 

7oyil W.VB.VSll <jl EE.N w 11 IHI l.eft at tlu* post. F'lirotlier .1 (Jallagliei* 4 4 4 1 out 

Time. 253. ,51). l:ls. 

Winner Cli. g. liy .VIIm*iI .Vloiitvale ttrained by K. Trotter). 

Went to post al 1:'J5. .Vt liost 1 niiiiiile. Start g.ssl for all lint VVatiasli ()iii*«*n. Won driving; see.uid 
Hie .s.-iiiu*: Hiird easily. Ilarniakis laid in lH*irmd l.ee llaiTlson II. until in Hie In.iiieslreleli, when* lie 
niovod lip stoutly and. elosing witli a rnsli. outlasted l.ee Harrison 11. in Hie tinal drive. Tin* latter set :i 
fast i>:ice in tin* early stages, lint quit vvlieii eaiiglil. (leoriie Swain made iqi niiieli ground, liiil tired in 
Hie run Imliie. Waliasli (jneen Itroke with lier iM'ld, lull pro|>|H*d l.efore slie liad taken a lialf dozen strides. 
'Tin* winner was entered for .*5.5oo; no Idd. 

.S. ralelied 7(iP25’l’rinee Bruins. Bui; 7<ii)l3’Uo.v al Onyx, luS; 7u7l3 Donna Elvira, h.'I. 

overweiglils — Harmakis. ;5 |M>iinds. 

/'Vrf \ 4) rr sTx'I'H K.VCE l Mile. (|•,■.»45:'. -1 :4Hj; -3 i)7.) $41)11 added. 4-year olds and ii|iward. 

J Lf H ^ 4 S|»*eial VVeiglils. Net value to vvi nner $."2t)). 

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2 107 


1 


2 


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3 Pd 


12 


7 


11 


10 


6'.'. 64 


(i--' 


Harty 


1) Gideon 


26 


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26 


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7((717 SAM KK'E 


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3 164 


1 


11 


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X 


8* 8.4 


7 A 


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J D l>agan 


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166 66 


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w 


3 167 


It 


1 


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4'4 .55 


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ill 


15 


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7(Hi.553VENTu 111 


wit 


4 168 


t; 


t; 


4.'. 


7 


lo !I 


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Elleiior 


F .VI .Vithur 


20 


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26 


12 


7'.5.8(( GA.\n>.VIG.NEK 


wsn 


2 107 


2 


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16 


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40 


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12 


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12 


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Winner B. g. li.v Fii 




Lobosili 


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70929 



ThS4iPH.VK.Vl A ills 
';hs;i7H.. H vitltl.si )N 11. 
VlOlh iiEi.HHH': SVV .VIN 
Toy 11 WABASH ijl EE.N 



SIXTH K.VCE 1 Mile. -1 :4l)|; -3 i)i.) $4i)ii adiled. 4-year olds and ii|iward. 

J Lf H ^ 4 S|»*i’i!il VVeiglils. Net value to vvi nner $."2t0. 

iTJq Horses X^Vt I'I’.St U *4 Sir Fin Jui*ke ys Owne rs () II C P S 

(2)S4^'HE ENC.IdSHM V.N w 5 BD! 2 1 P P 1- 1'-' 1= Moreland E Trotter 1 1 I 2oiit— 

I7HS63IOKM' .N t )E'S K 1( ! I ITw it li lo3 1 :: :! 3 2" 2‘^ 2'- T Koerimr H .Vla.son I 5 6 5 6 5 out - 

TiriF, (lul l> C<HN' w i: 1 1(I4 :! 2 2' 2.’. 3 :! :! .1 I ),*iinisoiiMrs E \V Mo.>r.* pi pi s 1 .«ut 

' Time, 25. .'Si). 1:17. 1:44.). 

Winner B. Ii. I.y Son-erer 1‘erfiinie. ti.v Lowland Cliief (Iraingd liy E. 'I'rolleri. 

Went to post at 1:.55. .Vt |iost 1 minute. Start straggling. Won easily; seeoml ilrlving. The Kiiglisli 
man daslied to Hie front al onee and foreed a fast paee all Hie way. but laid lo t«* sliakeii iqi in Hie ni'i 
liomt* to stall off Ormonde's Itiglit. Tlie taller, as goinl as left at Hie iiosi, elosed a liig g;ni, lull w**.ik- 
cned ill H.«* last qiiarler. Bold Cciii was eased iqi. 

.Seralelied -7(i'.l25 Slieiiandoali. lu;:; 7<>!ll5 On.ilas, iP.'l; 7U!H 2'I.esler L. Ilaymaii, to:!. 

Overweiglils Bol.l Coin, I 'loiind. 



Went to |Misl at 4:.5.5. .VI jiosl 2 niinntes. Start giHsl. Won easily; seeond and tliird driving. Vino, 
freiii a gtsHl slurl. was reserved within stiiking distaiiee in Hie earl.v niniiing and made giHMl w illi ease 

111 Hie sireleli. King Cole, vastly improved and avva.v well. elos«*d iqi sleadil.v in Hie ba.st liulf and look 

.s.*eond |il:i<e in a wliirlvvind liiiisli. Druid. niiicIi Hie tiest. was «*xeessively urged iiito a long lead at tile 
liiHf and tired in Hie tinal drive. /.i|iango. a steady pliMider. made a game linisli and liad no inislia|i.-. 

l.d Ball, nearly left, elosed a Idg <gai> and likes tin* liravesend Iraek. l.ad.v Karma fniisla*d well iqi and 

will do to wall'll. Vendor liad no eliaiiee vvilli Ids ride. 

Seralelmd 7P.s:iil .\linlb**ria. BH; litipsi; Mar.v .VIorris, II.'!; 707!).'! Captain Fmericli. 107. 

TORONTO FORM CHART. 

1 WOODBINE. ) 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1907. WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. 



First day. Diilalio JiH-key Cliili. .Aiitiinin Meeting of ' 



Presiding Judge, Alfred S. Post. Starter, .V. B. Dade. Seeretary, W. P. Fraser. 

Kaeing starts al 2::!0 ji. in. tCliieago time 1:30 ii. in.). VV indb-ates vvliip, S spurs, B Idiukers. Fig- 
ures in pareiiHiesis following Hie disliinee of eaeli raee indieiitc index nuiiilicr, track record, age of liorse 
and weiglit carried. 



70929 ' 



IBST ILVCE 3-4 Mile. 102.540— 1 : 1 1 i -4—114.) f5(Hi added. All Ages. Handieiiii. 
Net value lo vvinner $475. 

.VVVtl'I'Sl O .Sir Fill JiM-keys Owners () H (! I' S 



7 092 8 



Id ESSE 

C!)421=H.VitMoNV , , .... 

i;'il4i)-=KOCK V TO.Vl WB.5 117 I 2 2' 2^ 2- 3-“3'-.l Dciilils.ilH S ( ailipl.ell TO 1 I .! out 

7iiSiKi vvool >I!I .\'K " 5 Its 5 1 1^ .5-'' 5‘" 5"’ 4'- V I’ovvei's Two( ’oiintiesS'lde 6 5 6 5 6-5 2 5 out 

7USS9* VlIOXoN I ;TTE vv s 4 115 :! 4 3"’ 3- 4* 4‘ 7i'-" .Sininioiis W V Heii.l. rsoii I Pi |ii :: 1 

iiKKOOX "■ H" •> 6 '' 6 *■ '• •’ W Wulsll .1 McBride 6 15 15 I S-5 

‘Oniilled fi'i.iii entries. t<'"hl'b'd in l«*tliiig; no separate |daee or sliovv lH*ltiiig. 

Time. 27. .53. 1:20;!. Ills). 1:57. 

Winner I’edigree iinknovvii (Iraiiie.l li.v J. VVliylei. 

Went to post at 5:25. VI mist 1 niiniile. Start giHHl. Won easily: seeond and tliird Hie same. 
Liessi* was easily liesl. dashed to Hie front al Hie slari. f.iieed Hie paee ainl was under vvra|is all Hie Iasi 
quarter. 1 lal iiioiiy, oiilnin Hie first lialf. elosed a big ga|i ami linislied siroiigly. Uis-ky Toni was tiring 
in Hu* last quarter. VVooilliine sliovved no speed and was iiiitrnn all tin* way. 

NEW YORK FORM CHART. 

iSHEEPSHEAD BAY.) 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1907. WEATH ER CLEAR. TRACK ^AST. 

Tliirleeiilli and last day. Coney Island Jiu-kcy Club. Aniiinin .Vleeling of 13 days. (;:15 Uwiks ixi.) 
I'residing Judge, Claleiiee Mi-Dovvell. Starler. .Vlars Cassidy. Se.relary, C. I'ellovves. 

Itaeiii"- starts at 2:.".u p. ni. iCIiieago lime 1 :.'!u ii. ni.l. W indicates vvliip. S simrs. 1! Idiukers. Fig 
tuts ill p.-rrentliesis following Hie distance of each raee indicate index nnndu-r, track record, age of liofst* 
and weiglit eiirried. 



SEVE.VI'H K-VCK 1 1-16 Miles. $2ihi adiled. All .Vges. llandieai 
Net value to vvinner $!iKi. 

.VVVll'I'St It ’-J •'>4 .Sir Fill JiH'ke.vs Owners 

w 5 123 2 :! P?. 1^ P I"’ 1' Morelainl (’ S Cuiiqibell 

W :! I PI 1 5 4^ 3'- 2- 2“ -\ Murray .V Bo.svvell 



w 5 123 2 
W :! I PI 1 
w B 5 117 1 
w 5 I IS 5 
WS 4 115 :: 
w .5 117 6 



1 I :: out 
N 8 5 2 5 
1 1 3 out 
6-5 2 5 out 



Hie same, 
[ill Hie Iasi 
was tiring 



7hSl5-ST.VNld*:Y FAY w 2 95 II 1 P P id 1- Lyeiirgus VV Walker I! 7 6 2 1 

(7h74iilC( lOXEV K. B 3 !«» 2 7 7 7' 5' 2' .1 Mui'ijliv .1 Burttsciiell PI 26 15 5 2J 

7'h;ss .VIEKKY E.NCl.AN'I) 7 11312 3 2li 2' 31 it McDuil'l.l E Seagram 8 5 21 2 1 1-2 

(7676S)S.VLLY 1 ‘HESTON w :! 162 :! 2 :!■' 3‘ 4' I' A Martin W 11 .Seeinan II 7 7 2.t 6-5 

767:!;:''F0I-LY PKI.VI wnl H5 1 4 5' 5' 6' 5" Diggins J It VVainwright 5 8 41 3 3-2 

(71I86HS1R KDW-VKD wn 4 HS pl 5 4' 4' 2- 6'i .1 Foley J .1 Walsh 8 15 12 5 2J 

76,826 1XS1’E< ’T( lit Pt 'ttVIS w 2 87 9 6 6' 6' 7- 7* (loldslein -\ M Orpen 16 12 10 4 2 

767:*6 ST. JE.VNXE wn 3 !K) 5 16 la' p)- pit S' J McC'rtliyC M.-ister Jr 15 36 15 6 3 

7666.5-TEIt.VH WB 2 SSt l S S-: S' 9 9' .1 ConnellytJ C Itennett .'id .56 .56 25 16 

76861 lt01d..|CK I .NO CHII, vvb 3 99 7 9 9t 9t S' 16- S’lcsinger MrsL.VLiviiigston 8 12 16 4 2 

7676!i-FKE.S('.VT1 w 2 92 S It IP H- IP lit Delaliy E S Oardner 26 36 21) 16 .5 

76768"OH I V E.S.V WB 4 165 6 12 12 12 12 12 R'liielltll'l .V Brown 56 75 .56 26 It) 

Time. 2.'!?.. 473. 1:01 :. I; 13. 

Winner- I!, e, b.v Canopus Maiiiie 1!., li.v St. Blaise (trained liy W. Walkeri. 

Went III [lost at 2::iP. .VI iiost :: niinnies. Start gooil. Won easily: si*eond and Hiird driving. Slaiile.v 
Fa.c left Hie liairier witli a rnsli and set :i fast paee all Ha* vva.v. vveiH wide on Hie far tiirn. tait came 
fast ill Hie lioniesireleli and won vvilli sonietliing lo spare. Cimiiic.v K.. oil' poorly and nieeliiig wilti some 
iuterfereiii-e. tinalty got Hirougli anil eaiiie vvilli a rnsli on Hie oiilside and linislied gauicl.v . .Vlerr.v England. 
■:T well, saved ground all Hie way and. eoniing Hiroiigli on Hie inside rail, linislied resoliilely, lint was not 
giK-d enoiigli. Sally I’reslon ran well and linislied elose up. Polly Prim ran fairly well and can do lieller. 
Sir Ldward tired in Hie sireleli drive after sliovving S|M*ed. , 

.Serateln*d 7P.s!l7'Searfell. It.'!; 707.sii-(!il» s. .s7 ; 7U7l>(!-( Iraec Kimliall, lit). 

Overweiglils Insiieelor I'lnvis. 2 iMUinds; Kreseati, I; Tentli, .'!4. 



7 09 30 

Imi Hors<*s 



SECOND HACK 5-8 Mile. 01'27P2 — 1 :(MI 2 !)!).) $.5iKl added. 2yearolds. 

.\llowane**s. Net value to winner $1BI. 



TiHi.83 CLKIH, TI'ltNEY win? 4 

7h*;9h.silt (-:A1,.VHA1» w 1113 2 1 3' 2' 3'> 2t It .Vlcl )!Ui'l.I E .Seugrain 3 4t 4 8-5 4 5 

76789-t: I I,ES w 167 8 5 P f-' It :P .1 .Vlui'iiliy .\ Ij I’arr 7 8 5 2 1 

7hTi'rl DOX OTT.VKK) vv PHt 7 6 I' 4' 4' S'li-singer .VlrsLALiv ing.sfn 6 lu 10 4 2 

i'i;:!! l’ETl'l,.VXT WB 167 I t 7 8 7" 5t Kuiiz (t <’ Bennett 5 7 6 2J 1 

7h8i:2"PNCLE Tol!Y VV inx :: :: i;' 7'> i;' 6' Diggins J Dyiiieiit 4 4 4 8-5 4-5 

767;!8 .S.Vl/nt.V.VI w jOi 6 7 8 61 .54 7' Ooldstein .V (1 We.ston 15 26 15 6 2 

76827*Sl'DEltM.VX VV 162 5 8 5' 5' 8 8 M Murpliy M Oriien 36 56 26 8 4 

•Went in entries as .VIderniaii. Tiiiie, 2:!.f. 4S). 1:U1. 

Winner -1!. g. li.v Ca|ilain Sigsbee -Sister Corona (trained liy .V. Turney). 

Wen) to [Hist at .'!:<)1. .Vt luisl 3 niinntes. .Start giMid. Won driving; seeond and tliird Hu* same. 
Clell Tiiniev was rated in beliiiid Hu* h*aders under restraint for Hu* lirsi Hiree furlongs, then moved up 
on tlu* turn into Hu* lioniesireleli. eaiiglit Biles tiring and won drawing clear. Sir Balaliad, off well, raced 
well iiji and eanu* witli a great tuirst of siu-ed in Hu* Iasi sixleentli. lint could not ealeh Hu* winner. Biles 
set Hu* pace fast for Hie lirst lialf mile, but tired at Hu* end under piinislinieiit. Don (Ittario ran well. 
Petulant anil I'nele Toliy were oiiinni Hiroiigiioiit and botli can do Imtlcr. 

Overweiglils- -I iiele Toliy, 1 pound: Stideriiian. 2. 

'nilKD K.VCK~1 1-8 Miles. (('.2.544 1 ;.52 :: ln7.) $4('() added, .".-year olds and iqT 

I X ward. .Selling. Net value to winner $.'!5(l. 



Str Fin JiK-keys 
2' 3' 'Jii 11 Delali.v 



Owners 
.V Turney 



o n c 1 * s 



70916 



FlKS’l' K.VCE -3-4 Mile Main Course, l(■,.■!(l!l(l 1:12 " 165.) $1.2U<| added. -Vll .Vges. 

Higliweiglil Handieaii. Net value to winner $l.(Whl. 



'a Str Fill .Tis-kcys 



7oVI'!=F VK WE.ST WB 5 i:!.8 pi 7 5-‘ 4-' 2.; pi VV .viiiier At B scnvvariz ss, s i-'.- i -i 

"iiVlil VlTl'DV vv :: lin l l 2'‘ 3li :!.t 2' Troxler C, .1 Long 2u 46 46 12 6 

7||745 (H^VDKILI-E VV 6 5 126 I 2 :'.i I'l B> 3' C H Sliill'gS Hyniaii 26 :!6 15 6 2.J 

I I ,1 i.'i* vv 4 114 7 3 I'' 2'i 4' Pt Kayilor 1, (> Alilileliy :!il .56 .56 2<l 16 

<7(1841 C It E.sVtX.V w 4 i:!2 5 !• 7" 5' 54 .5H Horner .V .1 .loyner 2 24 11 5t!_5 1-4 

l! VTTI 1*' V \ 1*1 WsB 4 168 li 6 (i'i 8 7 6'i It laivve T (Jiliiiaii 46 56 46 l.i 7 

76S41 D()LI,Y SP'VNKEK vvii 6 126 3 4 9 9 9 74 E Dugan KT VVil.soii.ir 8 16 8 2.4 1 

7(8<I*| I IS'l'l FSS ■ WSB 4 95 1! 8 4'| 6' 6 Si" W Burns WC Daly 166 2(NI PKI 46 26 

(!(''"’8 VlON'F'l' ' "■*! 6 1'27 8 5 8" 7 8 9' llii.stis .1 H .VleCorniiek .5(1 Bki 16(1 46 26 

'•I'r"-' Sf \ FIKE "SB 4 I6*i 9 16 HI 16 16 16 Ontey .1 .Sennett liMI 26(1 PNi 16 26 

7684P*F\*NCY ^HKI) WSB 4 HO 2 H It 11 H H llrussel Clielsea .Stalde B) 12 16 3 7 5 

Time, 123. 04, 4s. 1:1.'!;. 

Winner B. g. liy Montan.i Tmielie Pas ( tr.iiiu*d liy J. Milter). 

Went lo iiosi at 2:31. At post .'! niiiiules. Start fair. Won driving; seeond and Hiird tin* sanu* 
F*tr Wi'sl tiroke sli'iwlv” eliised up steadily, .saved ground on Hie inside and just got up in Hie last stride 



i'l W Miller M L Sclivvarlz 
2' Troxler (} .1 Long 

3' (' H Sliiil'g.S Hyniaii 

P4 Kaynor 1, (> Aiiideliy 

.511 Horner .V .1 .loyner 



l-i 2'i 4' P4 Kaynor 
7" 5' 54 .511 Horner 



8 -5 8 5 7-5 1-2 1 4 

2h 46 46 12 II 

26 :!6 15 (! 2.i 

:!6 .56 .56 26 16 



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66 


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T Gilman 


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56 


44) 


15 


7 


wn 


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126 3 4 


9 


!l 


u 


7*. 


10 Dugan 


It T Wilson Jr 


X 


16 


X 


24 


1 


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4 


95 1! 8 


46 


V, 


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s“* 


' W Burns 


VV G lialy 


100 


21 NI 




46 


20 


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1'_'7 8 5 


83 


7 


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11 list is 


.1 H .VlcGoriiii.'k 


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lIH) 


46 


20 


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4 


11 h: !i 16 


16 


10 


10 


10 


Onley 


J .Sennett 


loo 


2(HI 


1 «NI 


16 


20 


W SB 


4 


HO 2 11 


11 


11 


11 


11 


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10 


12 


10 


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Time, 


12: 




24. ; 




IN. 1:1.'!;. 















70 931 

Ind Horses 



76762 KOYAL KIVEK 
ii!)«»iil KE.SToK.VTIOX 
76849-FlKSr M.VSO.N 



A_\VJ PPS t St 

W 3 !)7 4 5 2' 2'' 

W :! 95 2 1 :!- 3- 

VVB 7 165 9 4 111 14 



*4 Sir Fill Jockeys Owners 
U 13 (3 Oelatiy J H Shouldice 



24. J M| ( "rtliy ValleyFariiiS'tile )i 
3* (Joldslein K B .Stellie 5 



O II C 
4 5 31 



31 8-5 7-16 
4 2 1 



7ii.s(!l K. OF 'r. V’I.EVvvb 7 I'Mi 8 9 



(76.8n 7)H EXItY O. 
76863 F.VCTOTt'M 
767.56 .Il'PITEK 
76792 KEB.orXDEU 
76444 CPKsrS 



wsn 5 162 5 
vv 4 112 3 
W 4 165 n 
W 5 PIS 1 
W B 7 l')6 7 



44 43 4'i 44 43 S’lesinger J A Sykes 



S 8 53 )i' tv- 5.4 Lycurgus VV Walker 2 3J 3 7-5 3 

7' 7' 5' 5(i i;3 .1 Foley (1 VV Cook 4 6 5 2 1 

!) 9 S' 8' 74 7' J .1 Wal.sh C (4 Hall 15 25 26 8 4 

4'i 54 7' 74 8' 8' .1 Baker W (.1 K Dodds 15 36 25 1(1 .5 

(i4 (i' 9 !i !) 9 .1 Miiridiy .1 Burtlschell 16 15 12 5 2J 



AlHida suddenly iniproved, niainlained nearest iiiirsiiit of Hie pace from tlu* start, went wide into Hu* 
stretcli’ ii ml lost out under a vvi*ak linisli. (JiiadrilU* dr<*vv out on tin* last tnin and looked tike a vvinner in 
till* slivteli. hilt Mieennilied linally. Sadler dis|da.V(d amazing earl.v si«cd. liiit tirt*d. Cressina. luilled nn 
eaily made up gromid rapidly in Hie middle half and Hu*ii iinexiH-eledly quit. Batileaxe linislied well. 
Dollv' SliahUer was erowded lia’ek early and elosi'd a liig gap. I.istless ran niiexpeetedly well. 

Scralcluivl (7(l7.5(:H>e Miind. 146; 1 76.S.S.'! | VoorluH*s, i:!6;; 1 76.'Stl2) Cliief Hayes, US; (766.51 )Sir TiMlding- 
toli 127' 76‘!'2 Kapid VVal.*r, 1.'!.5; 76.51(i^Trm* Boy. 166; 76C73 Dreamer. 1:14; 76.'*Ml(i Bellvvctlici', 16.5; 
((•,!)(lS.S)Blcnhani. IPS; 76!)( (i Creation. UMi; 76!)64 Prejilieio. 11.5; 767!i;! Captain Eincrieli. DK!. 

-| ^ SECOND K.VCE— About 2 1-2 Miles. ((i4.5!)l — TcOTi — 7 — 1C>2.) 'Westbury Steeplechase. 

/ \ f JL ■ $2,.5(H) added. 4-year-olds and iipwarib llaiidiea ii. Net value to winner $^S2.5. 



Ind Horses AVVtPPSt 5 

(70S54)*SHEtt VVH,' V.MSvv 4 137 4 1 7= I" 1" 1" P O Donohue .1 E VVblener 3 IS 5IS-51 out 

(76(;r.’)M KITTHEDBE vvs 4 148 1 3 3' :!= 33 3"> 2“ 2'-'!' O'Bri. nFA Clark 6 5 7 5 1 2-5 out 

(76S4'*)*.MK M’C.\NN "s 4 1.55 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 3' Stone K K Thomas 3 3 3 !l-16oul 

7684’ B.V YON ET W 4 i:!5 3 2 2- 2* 2' 2" 2" 4 Baiiley T Hitclicock Jr 8 16 8 2 1-2 

’•Added stnrH*rs. ^ Time, .5:16. 

Winner B. g. liv Sain — Wetiimka (trained liy L. Wel.slerl. 

Went to iHisl al'2;.5S. .Vt i>ost 1 minute. Start giKul. Won easily; seeond and Hiird dr'viiig. Slicriff 
Williams made a riiiiaway raee of it and notliing ever got near enoiigli lo menace liini and lu* won as lie 
pleascHl. -VleKillredge iiiov»*d np fast in Hu* last lialf. lull never serimisly endangered Hu* vviiim*'''s lead. 
* Mr McCaiui fenced liiidly and vvas always (Uitriiii and lost ground Hu* last mile steadily. Bayonet, aft(*r 
iH'ing in nearest imrsiiil of Hie iiaee for two miles, tired liadly. 

ScTiitCiied— 76.S42 Jolin M. P., U'sS; (7n.'!76|El Cneliillo, 166; 7().S!*')'Jiiiiniy Lane, 147; 76.8423Sinister, 

^ ’’’ •Coupled in lielliiig; no seimratc iilace or show tK*ttiiig. 

_ /"N / k L.) THIBD B.VCK -3-4 Mile Futurity Course. (64701) — 1 :1(*3 — 2 — los. ) Great Eastern 

A X. C7 Handicap. Value $7.5(K). 2-year-olds. N et valu e to wii iiicr $.5,.s.5 t). 

Irid Ilorsu's "’t PPfi0=4~M:~% StF Flii~Jockeys ()wners ^D 1I_C 1*^3 

f70K5^MEELICK WB 120 4 1 34 3' P P E Dugan J E Madden 7 8 .5 2 1 

7nw3 FIR&4'n)N w 121 6 4 2' 24 24 24 .Sandy T II Williams 7 16 8 3 2 

7(Sns IPI IV I'OWEL vv 106 9 8 5 ' 5' .3.1 3* Horner VV H Jennings 15 15 10 4 2 

7S^T TVF VVIRE W 1"7 8 5 6' 6' 5' 4= C H ShiU'gVV W Darden 15 :!6 :!6 10 5 

m^iHFN KI.EK'I', W 118 16 3 4' 4J 4" 5"' W Knaiff) Oneck Stable 6 9 8 3 8-0 

TW^HFKXOVVS WB 106 2 11 16 16 !) 63 Finn SilverBrookFarm 16 12 8 3 2 

76^ SmoNEB W 114 5 ; 9 7 7 7' . W Miller NeweastU* Stable 7 12 16 4 2-i 

COVV^V N WB 102 3 9 8 8 8 8> W Doyle Oakland Stable 15 26 26 8 4 

7019s MAiit^UE WB 10& 11 - !•* 1' tl 9i Xolter J 11 Keeue *3 1 3 1 3-i 



VWtPPSt 5 10 15 19 StrFin Jockeys 



70444 C|’Rf>l'S w b7 P)') 7 7 li.’. 6' 9 !i !) !l J Muridiy .1 Burtlschell 16 15 12 5 25 

Time. 24.*. 4!i. 1:14). 1:11). 1:.54). 

Winner— 1!. f. by Bridgewater Ciiarler t)ii>a*ii l(r:iiiied li.v J. H. Slioiildiee). 

Went lo iKisI al ;i::!2. .Vt laist 2 iiiimiles. Start giKal. Won easil.v: second driving: tliird Hie same. 
l!o;al Kiver lM*gaii slowly, lull moved iiji rapidl.v after going Hu* lirsi half mile and foreed First .Vlasoii 
lo set a fast |iaee. ran into Hie lead on Hie tiirii into tlie lioniesireleli and eanie on and won witli nuieli in 
icsuvi*. Kesioration. always well up. tiiiislied gamely niid«*r luinishnient and lieal out First Mastiii in tin* 
l:i't few strides. The latter set tlie iiaee fast to Hie slreteh and tired in Hie tinal drive. King of Hu* 
Valley ran niiHlerately well onl.v and van do iiiiieli lK*tler. Henry O. trailed far tiack to Hie stretcli ami 
linislied fast when t(«> late. Tin* vvinner vvas entered fio' $!H)6; no hid. 

Scratched — ( 7677!l)Chiiiiu*vva. 166. 

FOI KTH K.VCE 1 1-4 Miles. (62i'H.5 2:0.5 — 1 -117.) Toronto Autumn Cu^ ^.VH» 
I added. :!-.vcar tilds and iiiivvard. Haiidica;>. Net value to wiiiuer $1.46.5. 



15 5IS-51 out 

7 5 1 2-5 out 

3 3 ll-lOoul 

16 8 2 1-2 



(76875IEDWLV GUM 
)i!il47 Gl.lMMER 
76726"CH. GiI>BERT 



A WtPl’St St ',4 M Sir Fill JiK-keys Owners 



4 115 1 1 24 24 2' 23 14 I' Lycurgus W Walker 



w 4 115 1 1 
w 3 96 5 2 
WS 3 pi4 3 6 



(76.V8i)MAINCH.VNCE Wsli 3 115 4 4 6 6 



1; 46 4'i 34 :!.J 26 :i: 



2J Mulcahy Valley FarniSla *3 3 



7685<i 3M.VR.STEK wn 

767S8''1)ELE .STR(.)ME wii 3 92 6 .5 5' 5* 6 6 6 6 J Murphy G Mei.ster Jr 16 36 26 6 2 

•Coupled ill lielliiig; no separate place or sliow lK*tling. 

Time, 2.5. .56). 1:1.55, 1:46?.. 2:67. 

Winner --CI1. g. Iiy Pliitus - Itessie (!uiii ( trained liy \V. Walker). 

Went to iMist at 4:(i2. At luist 2 niinntes. Start giHsl. Won liandily; second and fliird driving. 

E'lvvin (Jiiin. off in frmit, fell hack rigid after Hie start, foreed Marsler lo steii lively and imslied Hu* 
oaee. Lycurgus liud a gisat tiold of liiiii until rounding Hie far turn, wliere lie cuiiglit Hie fast tiring 
Marster and oiiened iqi a ginal lead. He elosi'd stoutly. Bliiiinier got into a jam wlien rvmndiiig the first 
mill and lost a evmiiie of lengths. He came strong and elosed wlieii rounding Hie far turn, but could 
III vet catcli Hie vvinner. Cliarlie Bilta*rt ke|it Ids statile mate close comiian.v all Hie vva.v and vvas catching 
tlie latter at Hie end. Muincliunee trailed Ids tield tlie lirst mile and was running strong at tlie end. 
Marster weakened after leading ids tield for a mile and stopimd liadly. 

Scratched- -76224 Eilicott. IP.); 76:{.">2 King's Triqdiy. 16-5. 



14 P 13 16 4' 



3" J McG’rlhy Valley FarmSta 
44 R MeDan'lJ E Seagram 
5" Goldstein .1 J Walsh 



6 6 J Murphy G Mei.ster Jr 



16 36 26 6 2 



WB 


120 


4 


1 


34 


31 


1* 


P 


E Dugan 


J E Madden 


7 8 


5 


2 


1 


W 


121 


0 


4 


2' 


34 


24 


34 


.Sandy 


T II Williani.s 


7 16 


8 


3 


2 


\v 


106 


*4 


S 


5' 


r,T 


3.’ 


3* 


Horner 


W B Jennings 


15 15 


16 


4 


2 


w 


167 


X 


5 


6> 


6' 


5' 


43 


G H ShiU'gVV W Darden 


15 :!6 


:!6 


10 


5 


w 


118 16 


2 


4' 


4i 


4 I 1 


5"’ 


VV Knai*p 


Oneek Stable 


6 ;i 


8 


3 


X 



FlF'l'H K.\GE--2 Miles. Steeplechase. (.5772.5~4:0!)'— «— 144.) $)‘46) addeil. li-year- 

4 "I'l'** a"(i upward. Maidens, .\ll ovv aiices. N et va lue to winner $51.5. 



Ind Horses 



WB PH) 2 11 
W 114 5 * 
WB 102 3 9 
WB 1U& 11 3 



I!- Finn SilverBrookFarm P) 

7' . W Miller Newcastle Stable 7 
S' W Doyle ( )akland Stable 15 



16 1' G 9i Xolter 



76812 STEVE L.VXE W 

66799 DAGK.V W 

689(6)'-JOHX O'GRADY W 

G175a^JIMMY JAMEjS W 



AWt PP St 4 8 12 15 StrFin Jockeys Owners 

W 4 147 13 3 3' 33 2' 2' P' 1-1 Gee H S Wilson 

w 3 117 6 5 6' 6' 53 6' 2'" 2*“ E Heider Tlios Meagher 

w 5 1.57 11 10 4 ' 4* 4' 5< 3' 3" Godden G G Harliottle 

W 3 147 10 4 3^ 1* 1‘ 4‘» 4*’' Ray J W Ryau 



O H G P S 

3 3 2 1 3-i 










SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1907. 



DAILY RACESra FORM. 



3 



0 30 S' 7- fi* fi'® Mr <33uirclilC Phillips 
71 71 7i S' 7' 7-® Hufhmu .1 W Hainmon.l 

1> 1® 31 :\i SI S‘ CanitT A AV Maybce 

,s‘ s‘ ;• 0 y y Waikor a i. scott 



Masiiada A .3 Shcri.Jan 



S 15 I J r, 
s yo 15 i; 
3 ) 15 15 f. 
10 15 15 0 
15 20 15 6 
tS 10 7 3 

tS 10 7 3 



70800 SIR Y^TSSUP w 4 147 1 2 5i 5= 6* 4» 6* 5‘ Simpson A Oase 15 20 20 8 4 

iKtOiPnUFKRU T\10 152 n y lO lO si 7= «» «'« Mr OuirclilC Phillips 10 15 15 f. 3 

0iy.WI..\NI>’S KNP -ns 5 152 SH 7‘ 7‘ 7^ 8* 7' 7=® Hufham. .1 W Hammon.l S 15 12 0 3 

70302 PATH. OATl'llEM w 1117 2 1 1' 1® 3J 3i SI S‘ CanitT A IV Maybce S 20 15 0 3 

SKYDITNlv W 5 147 4 12 S‘ S‘ O 0 ‘J U Waikor A 1. Scott 3 1 15 15 0 3 

70248 OOATPELI. w 4 152 7 S 11 11 Han out. Masiiada A .1 Sheridan 10 15 15 0 3 

54972*HAVE-A-OAHE iv 5 147 12 1! '.i* 0= I’cll. Mattocks C Kean 15 20 15 6 3 

70573 GOLD GIRli iv 4 147 3 6 Refused. Corblev A L Poole tS 10 7 3 8^ 

C3148 BL. GRASS GIRL iv 7 152 5 7 Refused. Rostock A L Poole tS 10 7 3 8-5 

•Omitted from entries, tl’oupled in betting; no separate place or show betting. 

Time. 4: lit. 

Winner — CIi. g, l>.v Gigantoum — Pal (trained by II. S.AVilson). 

IVent to tK!st at 4:34. .\t itost 3 niimites. Start good. IVon driving; second and third easU.v. Steve 

Iiane, a goo.1 fencer, laid off the pace the first time around and, after ehallenging and passing .Timmy 
.lames, biH'Ue.l up a gap and be weakened when taking the last junii> and bad to la. bard ridden at the 
end to stall off Pacra. Tlu- latter got a nice ride, lie lay back until taking the second from the last 
jiiin|) ami. under pnnisbment, was wearing the winner down at the linlsli. .lolm O’Grady got third money 
on sufferance. G.dd Girl and Blue Grass Girl refused at the secoud jump. llave-a-Care fell aud Goatfell 
rail out at the sixth jump. » 



70047»P.\TTT, -wsn .5 102 .5 2 8® Bh 7» .31* 3> "Watkins MrsWFStanhope 6 B 4 2J 6-5 

i7tt7.Vm)01JP.T W 3 95 10 5 4ii. f.h 6h 6-i 4A W Ott PM f^vill 3J 4J 4 8-5 3-5 

70l2’-TsrZAN. ROf’AMORA w 5 102 7 8 «i 7h 4i 4'» .5= Pickens G W Innes 8 10 10 4 ' 

7ol-2;{ I'nl’N’l’Y I'LKltK ws 3 101 4 JO 9‘, y® Bh f.i* Skirvin Pe.vton * .Vken 6 10 10 4 

7I 270 TRKXOt.A w 4 W. *:{*»• W- 8® 7“ 7® .1 Conway .1 T Combs 8 10 10 4 



7I 270 TRKXOt.A 
7IC32 .SIIIXIXG STAR 



w 5 108 2 1 IP 11* IP lip 8’ Boadweo II C Riddle 



8 10 10 4 

6 7 7 3 

5 7 7 24 



709_34 

Iiid Horses 



7032C KELl’IE W 3 94 

7iiS72*PUIXCE OF ORANGEw 3 97 



SIXTH RACE— 1 1-16 Miles. 1 :4t;i— 4— tilt.) $400 added 

ward. Selling. .Xet value to winner $:;i55. ■ 

AWtPP.St 14 % 9i Str Fin Jockeys Owners 



w 3 94 7 5 1® 1® li 1® 1® Mulcahy Valley Farm S’ble: 

Jw 3 97 3 2 4' 31 3i 31 2i» l.ycurgus IV Walker 8 10 10 4 2 

w 4 liG 4 3 3* 44 41 oj 3- .1 JIurphy J Burttsehell 10 10 4 3-2 4-5 

w 4 111 4 fii Cii at! 41 4® Goldstein .1 Dyment 7 10 S 4 2 

w 5 1U3 5 S 7- 7J t;i 6* 5>i J MeC’rthvG llendrie 6 10 9 4 2 

w 3 M7 S 9 yii 91 8‘ 7= 64 R MeUan'U J.axtoii .".4 5 44 2 1 

w 4 103 1 1 2i> 211 26 2J 74 Diggins R B Stcllie 10 20 20 8 4 

XV 3 94 2 12 12 12 liji 9- S‘ Delaby K .4. .Striii.ger 34 44 4 7-5 4-5 

W 3 lollU 7 S- S' 9 8' 91 .1 J Wabsh .1 R Thoniliy 32 20 15 6 3 

XV 3 91 III II 51 a® 7- 10' 102 J Connelly .Mrs C K MahoneluO lOO i)0 20 1 0 
XV 5 111 12 10 10' 10' 11' 11' IP Brannon Mrs .1 1! ]!rannon20 4o tin 10 5 

XV 3 102 9 11 11' 11 12 12 12 B’menth’l K Utterbaek 15 30 25 10 0 



i-j'ear-olds aud up- 



70:!94*tOl!EROX 

70861 tCO PUT MARTl.VL 

70752 HYZAXTINE 

70T20tGOI.IJ XOTE 

7iiS6ltHOI.L.V 

70772H'HAFTY, 

1 707i;5 1 STt iX E Y LEE 
70711 .MOOXGttLH 
7ii7li22t.ll’NGLE IMP 
70711 I.ITTLE IHHIT 



XV 4 liG 4 3 3' 4i 

XV 4 111 'I 4 6' 6 

XV 5 103 5 S 72 7; 

XV 3 107 S 9 yii 9 



XV 4 103 1 1 



70023 LOIT. MACFARLAN xv 5 105J 1 11 12 12 12 8' 9® Minder W’ford&Buckner 5 7 7 2i 7-5 

(71X122) MOXOCHORP XV 6 1034 6 9 7' 86 10' 11» 10* Brandt J H Baker 15 15 15 6 3 

70644 PR. SILVERWIXGS XVB G 105 11 7 5’ 44 94 12 IP R Fisher J C Ferriss Jr 20 30 30 10 5 

G9715 E.VRLY BOY w 6 102 9 4 1® 1® I4 94 12 Griffith D Hill 20 30 30 10 5 

*Pls»iaalified lor foul. tWent in entries as Suzanne. 

'Time, ^4?, 4Si. 1:14, 1;40J, 1:47* . * 

Winner — Rlk. f. b.v Streamer — MedU'a t trained b.v IV. A. Smith). 

IVeiit to post at .5;(Kl. -\t i>ost 2 minutes. Start fair. ’ Won easily; second driving; third the same. 

Camille, favored by giKKl racing luck all the xvay and saving ground, came .away fast in the stretch riiii. 
Oiiardi moved up resolutely .after going a half, but tired a trifle near the end. Paftl broke from an out- 
side position and cut sharply acn>ss In frtmt irt the start, for xvliicli he was disquallfled. Poubt suffered 
from iiiterferenee and ran a giKsl race. Early Boy tried badly after going tliree-qiiarters. Shining Star 
and Louise ilaci'arlaii xvere kinx-ked out of it soon after the start. The xvlnner was entered for $tIlK); no 
bid. 

Overweights — Monochord. 34 pounds; Louise Macfarlan, 34. 



GOOD WORK OF A LIGHTWEIGHT, j SH EEPSH EAD TRACK IMPROVEMENTS. 

Jockey Albert Sumter, Who Rides for Jimmy Track To Be Eleven Furlongs Long— Stands 
McCormick, Weighs Sixty-five Pounds. I To gg Enlarged. 



2® 26 24 74 Biggins 



94 2 12 12 12 10' 92 S' 



R B Stcllie 
K .4. .Strin.ger 



7117II I.ITTLE IHHIT XV 3 102 9 11 11' 11 12 12 12 B’menth’l K Utterbaek 15 30 25 10 0 

•Pisiiualilied for foul. (UmilU'd from entries. * 

• Time, 2.5, 4!i, 1:14, 1:41*. 1:49*. 

■Winner — B. f, by Marliinas -Pee Weoii (trained b.v J. Xixoii). 

IVont to iiost at .5:li.s. ,4t i«ist 4 ininnies. Start gissl. IVim easily: second driving; third llie same. 

Milletiliy tiKik hold of Kelpie umil roniuling the lirst tniii, xvhere he went to the front and oiMUied np and 
bold a winning load, llo was well in hand all the xva.v. I’rinee of Orange, always well np and a keen 
<o!ileiider all the wa.v, got into elose ipiarti-rs when eoniing out of tlie liaeksi retell anil btiiiiiKvl Court 
Martial at the sixteenth iiost. tor wliieh he was disipialilied. OlH-roti showed sia-eil all the wa.v and laiiie 
on tile outside xvith a rush at the end. Court .XIartlal, after the interference, had no chance. The wiiiiier 
xvas entered for .siIiHl: no liid. 

Seffltehed — tTl»7.52)Sallie Sitter, !)!•. 
ttverweiglits — Stime.v la-e. 24 pounds. 



*'>1-VE.\TII RACE 5-8 Mile, (t.2702- 1 ;IXi— 2- l»9. 
§ t f .\llowaiiees. Xet value to winner ?445. 



) $otxi ailded. 2-year-olds. 



AWlPPSt Vi VI Str Pin 



7ii82i;»TEX. BY COURTE.SY xv 107 1 
7H789 KETCH EM IKE xvii 310 7 

7ii75I2liEVERV xv lo7 5 

7iHH;i (ISC.XR T. w 101 6 

7ii7s:i RIELE RAXGE xv lo4 8 

o'.cTii SE.v XV inn 3 

.MAGEXTA XV 3(H) 4 

DOC. OF WAR X\-.s I08 2 

•Oiiiittid front t'niries. 



2' 24 2= 
14 3' 1' 
41 42 44 



2 16 1> McDan’lBiWerwyek StableV-5 2 9-5 3-5 out 



1' 2® Goldstein J1 Xicol 
44 3' J McC'rthy.I M<-J.,ennan 

32 46 l.ycurgus C Pangrits 

5® 52 A Martin .1 Re me 

6' 6* Mulealiy .1 F Hynes 

8 7® .1 Murphy tl C.xtk 

74 8 Olandt J E ricagram 



6-5i:!-10<I 5 2-5 out 
5 8 7 24 1 

10 10 8 ’24 1 

f5 20 20 S 4 

ini 40 :!0 10 5 

25 20 20 8 4 



•iliiiittid from t'lilries. Time. 21. -tU. l:ul*. 

IViiiiier — ('ll. e. by I’lanudes— Lady Seat-let tlrniiied by B. E. Beach). 

Went to post at .5:45. .Vt iMist 2 iiiituites. Start fair. 'Won driving; second and tliiril the s.anie. 
Tenaiiey by Courtesy got off m front, but xvas taken liaek. moved np again on the turn out of the Iciek- 
Jlreteli and, after nieiiig with KetelKniiike in a long streteb drive, onfsta.ved the latter at tlie end. 
Kelelieiiiike sot the pace for a half mile and tired inider pnnisliiiient at the end. Itevcry ran prouiinciitl.v 
Mid oiitgamed O.-car T. Tlie l;itler slimved siH-cd for a half mile and Uieit tired. 

.sicralclicd tTux.Ki) Adrian, liHt; Ti»7tl9 I.isierinc, loi. 

I iverweiglits — P.ig of Witr. .5 iMiiinds. 



LEXINGTON FORM CHART. 

(KEXn CKY ASSOCIATION COURSE.) 



SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1907. 'WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST, 

l-'irst da.v. Kcnliicky .Vssociat ion. l’:i)I Meeting i>f 7 da.vs. (12 Isioks on.) 



I’residiiig Judge, C. U. Price. Starler. J. J. Holtmaii. Seerelary. XV. R. I,etcli(>r. 

Raci:ig starts .at 2:30 p. m. XX' liidieates whip, S spurs. B blinkers. Pignres in parentliesis follo-.vin;; 
llie distaiu-e of each race iiidicale index iiiiitilH-r, track record, age of horse and weight earried. 



705)36 



FIRST RACE 3 
.Xllowaiiees. 



70745 C» il.T.t H.iF Y w 3 inS 

,-,;i;t.nrfiiX\'it].0 XV 4 lOI. 

I.8'.I92 H X.X.XIGAI. BEY XVi: ]i)l 

7o7:2! use RY Xvsit 4 101 

70745 FU.\ ICCr.AIRK wf. 5 HH 

6si3s®Rosi;i;i)Ko xvit 1 im 

7I-U3 RH.'SKIXETTA W 3 95 

61740 'J'HE.-si’lA.X XV 6 10! 

Tiiiii 

Winner~B. f, b.v Ritssell -I.a '1 
XX'ent to iKist at 2:33. At im>- 
( olloipiy broke fast, showed ll<“f lisii 
llnretifler and won i-aiit.-ring. Conv 
:in tietive eonieinlep in the earl.v stt 
loisliaps. Fiiiiieiilaire's filler li.st a 
lie praelieall.v out of it, lint be elnse 



VXVtl’PSt '4 'i “4 .Sir Fin 



4 Mile. (1121.5.5 -1 _5_ui7.) 1‘urse $t(Hl. 3-.vear-olds and iiitward. 
X(‘t value to xviniier .83iKl. 

' ’ " Owners O 11 C I^S 



3 ins SI 1* H 1® I-'* Heidel C. H Holle 2 5 1-2 9 20 .'Ut— 

li 6 4' 4 44 34 2'’ .1 Butler .1 C Milam 30 15 35 3 6 5 

2 5 3* 32 42 ;:4 'J’rueuian H R Baker 10 12 10 2 9-10 

1 :■> 2‘ 2® 24 42 Grillitii i: F iltillirio 20 25 2.5 6 24 

7 7 76 7' 5j 5® Piekeiis '1' P Haves 7 10 10 S 5 7-10 

5 S li' 62 6'" i:® .las Hieks E R Biaill.-v :!0 ;.0 50 20 S 

3 4 8 8 8 7'® C Baker XV' -V Hiiglles 100 300:10 15 

4 2 56 .56 7' S J CoiiWiiy .1 T Combs 20 30 30 10 4 



Heidel 
.1 Butler 



C. H H.ille 
.1 C Milam 



34 'J’rueuian H R Baker 



42 GriUitii 
5® Piekeiis 
li® .las Hieks 



li F iliillirio 
T P Haves 
E R Itiailley 



7‘® C Baker XV' -V Hiiglies 
4 2 56 .56 7' S J CoiiWiiy .1 T Combs 20 30 30 10 4 

e. 2:i;. 47.*. 1:12' (new track record). 

'oiir (tr.iiiied by W. L. J.ewisl. 

St 4 iiiiiinles. Start giMsl. Won easily; second and Ihird driving. 
:il liigli ord.r of speed anil, riteiiig Usiir.v into subjeelioii, came a-.vay 

010 iiiiiveil tip sle.-idil.v and fast .•tiid ran a goml race. Hatitiilial Jiev, 
a.ges. fell back at the sirtleli turn, but eaiiie ag.-iin. Usury liail no 

stirrup at Hie start ttnil was alniost tiiiseated, wliii-h eatised liiiii to 

11 nil a liig gap. Tliespiaii tired alniost to a walk in tlie last ipiarler. 



7 SECn.M) RACE 5 1-2 Furlongs, t.'il.ilii- 1 ;(Hi4 - 4 — 1 17.) Purse .SRMi. 2 year-olds, 
f f Colts and Geldings. .Vllowances. Xet value to winner 



ind Geldiiigs. .Vl low.-inees. Xet value to w inner 
.VWtPPSt ',4 '.5 Str Fin Jockeys Owners 



CSthl!) LITTI.E OSAGE 
7l.69H®H A.XRRIDC.E 
707422 IlOl.l.OVV 



XV IOC r, 7 
XV It IIS :! 5 
XVII Its S I 



76789 Ho.^Tl EE IIYPHEX Xvit 310 



26 32 7 : 1 = Farrow 

:;6 34 ;S4 20 Heidel 

14 22 2 ® 32 ,r 1 hitler 

46 46 42 42 I'iekens 



70121 oRBO.Xli 
678.50 X 0 E.XGIXE 
70620®1)AI{K.XI(;HT 
69256 .siY.Xt ’1 1 RO.Xl/.EH 
MJRZER 



W 110 2 3 
XVII llHi 7 2 
xvsn 1‘G 4 8 
XVJl 107 1 4 
XV 110 6 :• 



;,h .r,ii ;;h c,3 .'-kirxin 

8® 8® 7= 7® Minder 

66 7® S* 8® Critlith 



1) M Brunk 40 .50 .50 20 8 

G 11 Holle 8-5 8 5 3-2 1-2 out 

T P Hayes 2 3 3 1 1-2 

tints Bros 6 35 15 5 8-0 

.1 Evermaii 4 4:: 9-101-2 

H MeCarn n .Tr 40 60 f.O 25 30 



Minder W .1 Ynuiig 
Critlith 1) .Vriiistioiis 
.1 Watson II oots 



io iio 10 4 

30 30 3U 10 4 



Time. 2:ir!, -is.i;. 1:01*. 1 :os*. 

XViiiiier — Cb. o. by Oriniar -].onise Wm.il (trained by P. M. llnink). 

Wont to post at .■::Oii. .\t pnst 1 niiiinie. Start bad. Won easil.v; second and Ihird driving. Little 
Osa.ge, showing a higli nnler of sliced, dasia'd iiilu a loii.g lead at imee and si'l llie pace at a fast clip 
ttiroiigliniit and won well in hand. Hanliriilge. nfier nvereoiniiig earl.v iiilerfereiiee, finished willi a rush 
and iiiitstayeit Hollnw in the elnsiiig drite. The lalter ran well, but tired near the eiid. Hostile IlypliiMi 
ran well all tlie way and liad 110 niisliaps. Ordmio can do niucli lictler. No Engine ran a guml raec for 
l.iiii. 

Seralelieil 70T(l!i2<lrl:!iiilo|, IE'.; 7o(:o3 Ctiarloy Regers, PHi: 7»Mil7 Graiido. lo;i. 



TIHRP RACE 1 Mile. 

§ \ (T iiliward. Allnwaiiees. 



(May 10. ISill— 1:10 -4 112.) Piirs«- $4(Ki. 

Net value lo winner $;;iMi. 



3-.voar-olds and 



liid Horses 


A XVt PI’ 


St J4 


3^ 


% Str Fin 


Jockeys 


Owners 


0 


11 


C 


P s 


( 7i Ki 17 ) T E r.EG 1 { A P 1 n ; R 


XV 1 104 


11 


2 2^ 


4' 


42 4‘i 1' 


F'arrow 


C E I’atterson 


20 


3<1 


.30 


12 C 


698;i4 beau BRU.MMEL 


wr. 3 94 


i\ 


s :;h 


2h 


2' 3' 24 


E Martin 


Joliu Mark I, in 




44 


4 


32 7-10 


7o'i4S2|IAZKL i'ATi'lt 


w :! 91 




I* 51 


ii- 


r»2 5nk 


J Butler 


.1 <' 7dilani 


15 


I'll 


20 


S 4 


7iil2ll®TllE MI.XK.S 


XV 4 117 


Ti 


it* 




66 6= 4' 


riierry 


1) -N i’rewitt 


4; 


32 


12 


5 2J 


7o7l42L.XI)X’ I'AUOL 


XVI! 4 loi 


to 


t 1® 


1® 


1® 1‘ .5'4 


Pickens 


G H Holle 


35 


2H 


30 


4 2 


7ii72tl'-'ll.\R'l'lXG 


XV :: :i9 


4 


6 4* 


;\h 


2h 


XX'atkins 


Nils .1 Perkins 


<; 


«♦ 


s 


'» •{_*> 


7< 1695= 1 > R 1 .S' < ' E AH -XI IIP 


XV 3 l'i7 


s 


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'iS 


8* 7® 7® 


XY Ott 


.1 1.' Ferriss Jr 




44 


4 


8-5 4-5 


7ii697=T< IP.SY R< dli.X.siON 


XV 4 lot 


7 


7 64 


ir- 


7' 8® S' 


.1 XX'atson H Oots 


2J 


4 


Jii 


1! 5 3-5 


6l6:r.l .I.Xt'K YtdI.XG 


XV 1! 7 11)1 


'2 


5 8* 




91 91 9‘ 


T ruenian 


H U Baker 




:;o 


:iu 


30 5 


70715=1.1 1.LIE TLRNKU 


XV 3 KM 


1 


1 to 
Time. 


10 

, 24 


10 to 10 
. 4.8*. 1:14 


Grillitii 

1:11. 


T 1’ Hayea 


4 




5 


8-5 4-5 



New X'ork, Soplemlier 14. — Jockey Albert Sumter 
is the baliy of the saddle. He weighs but sixty- 
live |K>uiids and he is truly a midget, hut a iier- 
feetl.v formed little liuiiiaii from Iik-s to head, and 
the latter has its full ipiota of brains —horse sense 
shall we call It? 

Siiiiuer is probabl.v the smallest boy riding in 
actual races for hard cash and glory in the metro- 
politan circuit. He i.s a conier, too — a lad whose 
rilling is of a pnmimneed character, and has lately 
attracted the atteiitiim of race-goers as well as 
ti.rfnieu generally. Sumter may not develop Into a" 
wonder, but he is just tnniiiig sixteen and with a 
fi-w gv-nerons pounds added to his anatomy may 
within the next .vear or two shoot to the front as 
a rider of high ahility. Such, at least, is the pre- 
tiiction of maii.v expi*rt turfmen who hax'e studied 
the midget’s S)ilendid control both of himself and 
his mounts in races, he having displayed judgnient 
and tact in the guidance of his horses iu short as 
xxell as long distance events. 

Eor one so small aud yoiiiig as Sumter, his man- 
.ageiiicnt of exen a heavy-headed and fractious 
ikoroitglihri'il at jiost time is Indeed remarkahle. 
Sealed on the hack of a high-strung racer, Sninter 
is as cool as the provertilal cucumber. His mount 
may rear, jilunge, Iniekjiinip, lunge or break; it is 
all tlie same xvith the inidget. His admirable seat 
and tlie poise of. ids bands never change. By a 
nniek, Imt almost iiiiperceivahle tighteniug or loos- 
ening of the reins, the drawing of this one or tlie 
Ollier as the situation may demand, tlie digging 
in of a left or right heel, or tlie utterance of a 
sootliing command. whisi»ered almost into the ear 
of the liloixdi.d eipiine lie is directing, Sumter lias 
ids charge always iu ready command. It is noted 
tliat no horse intrusted to the care of Sumter has 
run away witli tlie lad, wliieh is more tlian can be 
said of niiicli heavier and more experienced profe.s- 
simial riders, and his career has been singularly 
tree from accident. 

"How do yon — a little mite — manage to control 
a Idg nnrnl.v horse?” Sumter xvas asked. “Oh, 1 
just speak to him and let him knoxv I am on the 
joli.” was Hie tioy’s answer. 

Sumter is nmlcr eoiitract to ‘‘Jimmy” McConnick. 
one of Hie shrewdest of tiirfincn. McCormick would 
ns . sisiii trust ids groat racer. Glorilicr. in a race 
io Siiiuter's guidance as lie would to tlie hands of 
Miller. Tliat liespenks ".liminy’s” coiiliileiico iu 

Hit' niiilget. .Vnd yet Sumter is imt an apiirentice. 

Tlie lad xx'as liorn iu Harloiii — One Hundred and 
Twelftli street wliere ids parents reside. His 
fallier is a i-i.ear sali-snian and a man of average 
Iitiild and weiglit. Nor is the boy's mother nuder- 
sizi'd. 

Two .vears a.go Slimier was a statde lad. lie 
aiudieil liim.self lo ids job. and from tlie first 
slioweit nil apiilndo for a career iu Hie saddle. He 
lias ridden in iiiaiiy races for Ids oniployor and olliers 
;iiid lias piloled many a wiiiiior over Hie line with 
Hie juilgiiieiit and fearlessness of a rider wlio lias 
a future. 

FLAIR'S SISTER IS A GOOD FILLY. 



Lesbia Captures the Prince of Wales Stakes 
in England. 

In the valnalde Prince of Wales Plate at X'ork 
.Vngiist 27, Eiiglisli jiatroiis of racing xvere iiitro- 
diii-ed to a smart lilly Hiat may in time figure in 
Hie list of winners of Hie Oaks or One Thousaiiil. 
Slie evideiitl.v made a decided liiipression in Hie 
minds of Hn- critics, and is a nay Ully two years 
old li.v St. Enisqiiin— Glare, in commentiug on the 
race Isinilnn Sportin.g Life .said: 

‘•Kingsclere also jiroxiiled the favorite for the 
I’rince of Wales Stakes, a sliort lirice Iieing taken 
aliout Morelia, imt there was significant backing 
for Sir Paniel Cooper's l.esbia, a big. tine, widc- 
Iiipped fill.v of great promise, and an own sister to 
the smart but nnfortniiate Flair. Eor a lirst per- 
formance siie did lier work in line style, and before 
I hey liad gone lialf xvay .Vlaher sent licr out clear, 
and. inii-haHeiiged tliereafter, she won in a canter 
liy Hiree len.gths. I.eslda is evidently callable of 
belter things tlian Hiis and she is a distinot credit 
to St. Enistiuln. xvliile it is to he hoja'd that iier 
lireeiler -owner. Sir Paniel CtKiper, xvill experieliet; 
lietter luck xvitli her Ilian lie did with her sister, 
I'hiir. Her next eiigageiiient is in the Uliampagiie 
Stakes at Poncaster, and other engagements tliis 
season iniliiile Hie Imperial Breeders’ I’rodnce 
Slakes at Ki-mpton 1‘ark, and tlie Middle Park Plate, 
Imtli of wliieh races Flair won in lier first season. 

"Ill nil single res|ieet ilites Lesliia resemble lier 
sister, that si.eed.v mare Flair. The latter liad 
size, ipialil.v and sliape on her side, wliilst Lesbia, 
ttiiingh liaviiig man.v good racing points about Inr, 
is long tiiid liiw. and gallops very near to the groiiml 
witli Iter hoeks well ’iinier I:er. The daughter ot 
St. I'ni.siiniii liad answi-red a iiiiestinu at home in 
very iiroiiiisiiig siyle xvith I.iltle Goose, and ns 
danger was reiiioveil fpoiii lier jiath when .XIorena 
niiived off slowly from II10 gale she xx’oii like a 
liily that one day is likely to be smart over a dist- 
aiiee of ground.” 



XX'iiiner — Cli. c, b.v XX'milsHiorpe — Tlianks (trained li.v E. I’aller.soii). 

XVeiit lo laist at ,\l post 1 iiiiiinti-. Start giMsl. XXnn driving; second and Hiird the same. 

Telegraplier. clear of iiilerfereiiee, fnlluwed Lad.v Carol elns<i up fur tlie lirst lliree-ipnirlers. then wore lier 
liiiwii ill Hie streteli and won drawing away. Bean Jiriimiiiel suffered from iiiterferenee and eaiiie re.so- 
lulel.v ill tile last furlong. Hazel I’aleli. under weak tiding, ran a giMnl race. Tlie Minks came from a 
leiig way back in the sireteh. l.tiily Carol tired in Hie last fiirlong after an early display of siH-ed. llart- 
ing ran well. Tops.v RiiliiiiS'Ui ami Lillie Turner xvere knocked out of iHisiiion mi Hie lirst turn. 



EHCRfll liACE 3-4 Mile. t7()93i; -1:12’ — 3— UiS.) I'urse .8100. 3 jear-oids aud 

4 \ * iipw arl. .Selling. Net value to winner .8;;oo 



AXVtPPSt 2/4 J5 =i .Str Fin Jocke.vs 



6:G.'G .lUDGE TRK16X 
IM77 FliE.XCH XUX 
I6994HMATT1E MACK 
61.977 AD.X RICE 
i;;i9il BEX.SON'HI’RST 
7U7I3 B.XRXSUAI.E 
<■9713 M< 1.SELLK 
70732 D.XPl'LE GOLD 
Totill L.XMl’TItlM.MER 



w 3 305 8 5 
XV 4 302 9 4 
XV 3 309 1 2 
XV 105 :: 1 
XV 7 307 7 3 
wi! 3 tm: 5 lo 
XV K 3 iin) 4 s 

XV 6 300 2 7 
XVI! 3 102 lo 6 



.55 6‘ 5' 3® Heidel 

44 5' 3' 2® l.lrandt 

32 46 4' 3'2 Pickens 

14 1' IJ 46 Roy 

26 26 2* 5' C Morris 

•16 66 7i 6' Pieratt 

6® 3' 6® 7® J XX’at.sc 

86 9® S' Si XX' Ott 

7® 76 9' 92 Griffith 



Jw^.vs Owners O HOPS 

Heidel 1* M XX’est C 7 7 ^24 6-5 

l.lnindt J H Baker 10 10 8 4” 2 

Pickens ,S K Hiiglies 24 3 3 li 5 :P5 

Roy J C XX'alUice 20 20 15 li 3 

C Morris J XX' Brigg.s 5 5 3 7-5 1-2 

Pieratt Huglies Bros 5 6 6 3 1 

J XX'at.son H oots 12 15 15 6 3 

XX' Ott .1 C FeiTiss Jr 15 15 12 5 2 

Griffith 1* M Civill 20 30 30 10 5 

Cherry S M Henderson C 10 10 4 



(70]17iAGN'16.S VIKGIN'I.V xvs 5 109 6 9 30 30 10 30 Cherry S M Henderson C 10 10 4 2 

Time, 23*. 4S;, 1:14*. 

XX'inner— Ch. g. liy I'idelio — 1-hianielitie llraiiied liy P. M. XX'est). 

XVeiit to iiost at 4:1K|. At imst 2 ininntes. Start fair. XX’oii driving: s<>cond and tliinl Hie same, 
.liidge 'fr«s-ii, bard ridden all the wa.v, saved miicli groiiinl when Inrning into Hie siretcli and. finishing 
x.ilii great ganieiiess. won out in Hie last few strides. I’reneli Nun. aiipareiitly liest tmlay, xvas going well 
ill liaiid and a seeming xviniier Imt. uiider weak riding, siieeiiiiilied to .linlge Treeii's rush. Mattie .Xlai*k 
laii xv<dl, but was taken xvide for Hie entire trip. Ada Rice sliowed a great lliglit of speed, lint ipi;t :nar 
Hie end. Bensonlmrst bad a rimgli trip and wiuilil have iH'cit closer np with clear sailing. liarnsdale can 
do miieli l«“ller. Tlie winner xvas eiiH'red for $iiiHi; no liid. 

Seratelied TOt'iMl Iteatriee K., loil; 6922.5 Sam Cla.v. 09. 

I'lETII RACE -5-8 Mile. ((;21.5tl— l:tM>3.— 2— 102.) Rurse $400. 2 vear-old^ 

I .Vllowaiiees. Xet value to xvimier $:‘.1MI. 



Ind Horses 


AXVtPPSt 


V. ',2 


% Str Fin 


.Toeke.x's 


Owners 


0 


II 


c 


P 


s 


70095 DOH.V N'EFF 


XV 312 6 


2 


1® 


1' 


1® 


1* 


Pickens 


XX' Grater 


2* 


8* 




3-5 


70279 .•XN’SON’I.V 


XV 107 7 


4 


5- 


46 


5® 


2* 


Skirvin 


II McCarren Jr 


10 


15 


15 






70:!22=MEI.Z.Ul 


XV 107 5 


0 


4' 


5* 


01 


3^ 


35oadwee 


R Tucker 




6 


6 


•> 


1 


7i«i9.5»BE'l'H GOODXX'IN 


XV 112 3 


1 




:i* 


VM 


4* 


I’ieratt 


H S Berrv 




3* 




1 


1-2 


70093 OtJBEXT 


XV 107 12 


10 


6® 


6® 


6* 


5* 


Griffith 


S M Heniierson 


8 


15 


12 


5 




70121 MERltIGO 


XV 107 31 


8 




10* 


74 


6' 


Minder 


S F’orsytlie 


10 


10 


8 




8-5 


*EX1’1/)SI\'E 


w 107^8 


6 


01 


2* 


4 ' 


74 


R Fisher 


.1 Morgan 


20 

V, 


30 


20 


8 


4 


69563 BROW.N MARY 


Xi r. 112 9 


11 


8® 




8' 


8® 


XX' Ott 


.1 Rodegap 


7 


7 


•’4 


G-5 


70791 ®R1...\<’K DRESS 


XV 307 4 


5 


30* 


9® 


9® 


9« 


E Martin 


K Spence 


15 


20 


20 


8 


4 


70751=AUSPICIOIT.S 


XV 107 1 


7 


9^ 


8= 


10= 


10* 


Cherry 


P M Civill 


20 


20 


15 


C 




69.V:3 MAI COURIA 


XI B IWllO 




• 11= 


11= 


11' 


11“ 


Moriarlty 


^X' A Smith 




30 


;!0 


10 


5 


6855:! ESTIM.VriON 

•XX'ent in milries ns 


1! 3091 2 
Evpliision. 


12 


12 

Time, 


12 

1*^8 


12 12 C Morris 
, 4Ss, l:irj. 


C Hanson 


10 


10 


8 


3 


8-5 



lud Horses 
70119 "c.XMILLB 
CiW'JT OUAUBl 



AXVtPPSt li '/2 % Sir Fin Jo ckeys Owners O II C P S 

XVB 3 98 8 3 2® 2J 2i 1' 1® E Marlin XV A Sniitli 6 5 2 T" 

XVB 3 98 12 C 3' 3® 32 2® 26 j Butler J C Milam $ 12 12 4 2 



DURYEA MAY START TENNESSEE FARM 

New X'ork, Sepfemlier 14. — Iliekor.v X'alloy. Tenn.. 
wliieli does not mean anytliiiig to the iinijoriiy of 
liorse )ieople xvlio reail it, ma.v lie witliiii a few 
years famous as a lliorouglilired lireeding iilaee. 

H. R. Pnr.vea. wlio owns a good many thon.sand 
acres ilowii there in llie Teniie.s.see country, wliieh 
are used as a hunting grouinl. has seriously con- 
sidered tlie proposition of eslalilisliiiig a great thor- 
oiighlired lna>eding place there and it is said tliat 
the yearlings now at Saratoga xiill be sent to Ten- 
nessee tills fall. 

Joliii Ilnggins. Mr. Purx-ea’s trainer, says that it 
is iiossilile that Mr. Piir.vea would start lireeding 
in 'fennessee and that Hie lior.ses lie now owns might 
lie s«Mit tliere .some time in Hie future, lliotigh lie 
would not say that would be done the coming 
winter. 

The janing stallion Irisli I.ad and some hrootlmares 
are now in Kentiiekx’ at E. E. Cowdin’s farm. 
Irish Lad lias not liad time to show his value as 
a sire .vet, imt tliere is ever.v prospect that he will 
lie a great siicci'ss in Hie stnd, perhaps as great as 
lie was xvith colors np, wliieh Mr. Pnr.vea wonlil re- 
gard an honor inileed. Irish I.ad was a groat race 
liorse and bred to great iiiaros, as he will be xvitli- 
oiit doiilit. lie wiinld lill.v start a lireeding place 
that slioiild lieeonie fanuuis. 



XX'inner — Ch. f. liy Handsel — Rnnipoint (trained liy XV. Grater). 

XX'ent to jKist at 4:32. At iwst 3 minutes. Start goo<l. XX'<m easil.v; second and third driving. Dora 
Neff, sliowing nnioli Hie most siiei'd, daslied into a long lead in Hie first giiarter, Imt was restrained xvlien 
:■pIl^oaehlng tlie liiil and came away fast in the stretcli. Aiisonia ran a giKKi race and went wide all the 
xvay. Melzar was in elose (jiiarters most of tlie trip and will improve. Belli Goodwin tirml near Hie end 
and will improve. Oglwiit, almost left, ran a winning race. Xlerrigo was given a bad ride. Exnlosive 
sliowed a giMMl turn of earl.v s|ieed. 

Ovprweiglits — .Mai C.'oiiria. 24 iKiiitids; Kstiiiiation, 24. 



1 MIXTH R.XCE— 1 1-16 Miles. t.Xpril 27, IStMi — 1:46} — 3 — 103.) Purse $400. 3-year- 
I JL olds and upward. Selling. Net value lo winner $300. 



SKYO HAS TAKEN HER SPEED HOME, 

l>'xington. K.x'.. Septeinlii'r 14. — Skyo. Hughes 
BroHiers’ eraek two-year-old iilly liids fair to lie 
(inite li.mdy in the racing of Kentucky tliis fall. 
She workeil live furlongs Tliursda.v over .a ratlier 
indifferent track in 1:01; the track recxird is 1:1X1*. 
She hrok(‘ slowly and lagged round the first hiiiidreil 
yards. She will race here next week and prolialilv 
in two or three races at Latoiiia. So far in her 
nine starts she has never Ix-en out of tlie money, 
xvhii'U is a clean sliowing for a filly that was a 
$100 yearling. Hughes Brothers have recently 
bought of .1. B. llaggin six yearlings, incliidin.g 
the lia.v colt, li.v Kinlcv Mack — Shannon Rose, li.v 
Sliaiinon; a chestnut filly, tiy Sonilirero— Crisis, liy 
Eernamlez; a brown eolt, h.v XX’aterc'olor, a lirown 
colt, by Ibiratio; a bay lilly, by Grcetian and a bay 
fill!', liy Order. 

FEELINGS THAT WERE UNANIMOUS. 

As G<‘orge Boles was putting up Hie prices for Hie 
Flight Stakes at Sheepsiiead Ba.v Thursday, an ex- 
I'iled messenger rushed up and exclaimed breath- 
lessly : 

“X'our docker says to tell you won’t 

mil iHie-two.” 

Aftc-r Hie race the same messenger again dashed 
up and saiil hurriedly: 

‘‘X'our docker said to tell you. If yon asked 
alMiut liiiii, Hiat he’s gone home for the day. lie's 
not feeling well.” 

"If you see Iiim again.” replied Boles, ‘‘tell 
him I’m uot feeling well either.” 



New York, September 14. — Confract.'i were let 
recenfly for Hie Improvements planneil at Slieeps- 
liead Bay and work on the reconstruction of the 
course xvill begin next Monday. Superintendent 
Eniiik (Hark will have direct charge of the w.xrk 
and xvill push it with all possible dispatch in order 
Hiat everytliing may lie completed for the opening 
of the spring meeting next year. 

Mr. Clark thinks that xvitli anything like gootl 
weather the xvork of rehnildlng and extending the 
track can lie accomplished by January 1, and it 
will then have almost six months in wliieh to 
settle. It has been definitely decided to make 
the track one mile and three furlongs in cirenm- 
ferenee and races at one mile aud a half will bo 
run around one turn. 

The work will necessitate the moving of sever ,il 
lariis on the baekstretch and on the turn, but these 
will not be disturbed until after the racing season 
has ended, though the xx’ork will not suffer in tu® 
meantime. 

.\fter completing the Improvements to the track 
proper, Mr. Clark xvill devote his energies to 
riMiiiHieliiig tlie grandstand, or at least that lM*r- 
tion of it next to the elubhouso. All of the 

upper end xvill be made into a members' stand, 
with boxes in the lower tier as well as In the tier 
above. The main body of the stand will undergo 
no change. 

By turning the clubhouse end of the stand Into 
a members’ stand, owners and trainers, who have 
always made this section their rendezvons during 
the running of a race, will lie at a dis.xdvantaga 
unless ample provision is made for them elsewhere. 
Tliis should and will no doubt be done, ns it is 
up to the associatiou to provide a good point of van- 
tage for the men who are kept In the paddock 
by their duties until the horses go to Hie (lost. 
and for whom a stand convenient to the paddock 
liiit at the same time so plawd that the traineis 
may see all the incidents of the running of the 
race, should be provided. 



DEATH OF ALEXANDER SHIELDS. 

.V figure for many years well known on fhe Amer- 
ican turf will be seen on more. Alexander Shields 
died in his I'.rivikI.vii homo Friday, f:iillng fo with- 
.staiid an attack of ty(ihoid fever. The dead tiirf- 
iiiaii was sixty-live years old and for Hiirty or 
more years liaii b*en racing tlioroiighlireds over tlie 
raeetraeks of Hie United Stati's and Canada. Few 
are Hie tracks in Hiis eonnfr.v that he did not visit 
with ills hors<'s at one time or another, extend- 
ing liis operations from Toronto to New Orleans 
and from New X'ork to San Franeiseo. 

Of Hio niaii.x' liorses lie owned in liis long career 
Hie great sla.ver and weiglit carrier .Xdvama* Guard 
was iierhajis liest. tto Betxveen and Logan were 
goiMl horses also. Logan xvas remarkable for hardi- 
hmsl. In the winter of 1S9.5-6 Logan was raced at 
New Orli'.aiis iiiitil well along in Pocemtier and was 
sliipiied from there to San Francisco. He arrived 
there in the forenoon of .lanuar.v 0. 1896 and about 
live lioiirs after ids arrival xvas started in a mile 
dash at Ba.v Pistrlct track. Tliat lie hail just 
laiidisl from a long and trying car trip was known 
to all and it was not supposed he would cut miieli 
figure in Hie rai'o, so he was a 20 to 1 shot in the 
lietfing. Blit xvith 119 pounds np lie ran Hie mile 
in 1 :40t and won from X'o el Rey, Lismore, X'inct<ir 
and Catch’em, X’iiietor being a 1 to 5 favorite. It 
was tliis and similar feats that gave him the sob- 
riipiet of Hie ‘‘iron hors»'.” 

of late .veni-s Sliields had conflnetl his racing 
opt'ratioiis mainly to tlic New York tracks and 
liecanic wealtli.x- tlirough the earnings of Advance 
(Jiiard. Go Retween. Hunter Raine. X'oiing Henry 
and other winners of lesser note. His most notable 
success was wiiiniiig Hie Suliiirban of 1901! with 
Go Betxx-een. Tliis horse got him into troiilile last 
year xvlien an investigation showed he xvas a stal- 
lion, xvhereas lie liad lii'cn raeed as a gelding for 
some time. This misadventure is said to have 
preyed on ids mind greatly and may have eontriliuted 
to ids .death. 

NOTES OF THE TURF. 

K. C. Bhimo’s speedy sprinter. Susannah, flirea 
years old. li.v Filigrane— Caroona, was shot at 
Seattle a few ilays ago. 

John E. Madden li:is surrendered Ids second call 
on Hie services of jo<>ke.v Moiiiifain. xvlio will stay 
east and do the best he can as a free lance. 

George Ilendrie’s crack filly. Grande Pamo, wlio 
failed to xvin in the east, has been thrown out of 
training and will not be seen in public again this 
year. 

ITenr.r XleP.aniel is no longer training oilher Good 
Luck or Eddie XX’are for Jf. II. Thdieiior .nid Isiiiis 
N'ewgass. He has. at Mr. Newgass’ reiinest, turned 
those liorses over to .Tolin Schorr. 

The reason Hi.at Colin and Celt did not go In 
yesterday’s Great Eastern Handicap, to which they 
xvere Iioth eligilile. xvas that handicapjier X'oshiirgU 
assigned Colin i::.5 pounds and Celt 124 pounds. 

Fred T’^irlew, who changes his mind as often 
as his clothes, now declares that he will not start 
ClinpiiUepec .".gain until New Orleans. Burlew is 
said to have his eye on Hie Inaugural Handicap for 
tlie eolt. 

Tlie majorit.v of the crowd did not look at Thurs- 
da.v’s second race at all because there was no 
cliaiice to lK‘t on Jiia Gaffney at 1 to .5. — New York 
Sun. X'et we are led to beliex'e that betting Is 
siiliordinate in Hie awful east. 

.Tolin Shields lias dwlded to point Go Between, 
Hie .Meddier liorse lie purchased priv.atel.v from his 
fatlier, .Xlex Shields, and Edward R. Tliomns a few 
da.vs liack. for flip Briglitoii Cup and for tlie long- 
distance races to be run at Betiiiings in the fall. 

XX'. C. Hayes is trying vcr.v hard to get his old 
jumper. Grandpa, back to form for Hie BelmoSit 
I’ark meeting. Grandpa has been something of a 
ilisappoiiitmeiit Hiis year, hut Mr. Hayes still liopes 
to win a race or txvo with him before the season 
ends. 

.\1 Goodin, now in the xvest, has dispo.sed of all his 
horses except Money Muss, this gelding having 
developed lameness, and is Iieing held for the pres- 
ent. GtMHiili is on his way east, and tlireatens to 
aeiiiiire some more horses for a California cam- 
paign. 

Frank P. Skinner, who was Hie presiding judge 
at Riittc this season, xvill officiate in a similar 
capacity at X’aneoiiver. PrlHsh Coiiimhia. James 
Heal.v. otherwise known as ‘‘Morcllo Jim.” wlio is 
assistant to .Xrlliiir McKniglit at Seattle, xvill act 
as starter at Hic Hastings track. 

Before N'ealon left the paddock to start in the. 
Rnsset Handicap at Sheepsiiead Ba.v Thiirsila.v 
Iratner F. M. Taylor told jockey Knapp not to usi» 
Ids whip tinder any circumstances. These instruc- 
tions, as the race was run, xvere costly, for with a 
few blows from the lash Ncalon would probably 
liavo won instead of losing by a short head. 

"Roseben.” remarked Henry McDaniel after Hie 
finish of the Flight Stakes at Sheopshcad B*y. ‘‘is 
better tlian he ever was before. In spite of the 
heaviness of the going he has jnst run an elglith 
of a mile In 11 flat. It xvas the third eighth of the 
Flight. After stepping tlie first quarter in 24* he 
xvent to the three-eighths pole, aecording to m.v 
watch, in 354. That Is what I call running. I 
do not consider Roseben a good miler as a general 
propwitifin, but it is more than possible that he 
can in his present condition go eight furlongs over 
Hie Belmont or Brighton course in bidter Hian 
1:37.” — New York Telegraph. 



ANSWERS TO QUERIES, 

[Commiinlcatlons without names and ad<lres.ses 
of senders will not lie answered ot noticed.] 

T. E. ,T., Chicago, llolschcr liq^won two racea 
this year. 

John I., ndengo. Search Me started and ray 
unplaced at C to 1. _ ( 





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CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, SEPTEMBER 15, 1!)07. 



THIS WEEK’S GRAVESEND STAKES. 



Notable Collection of Turf Events To Be 
Decided at Brooklyn. 



The .splendid Shoepslic.nd Bay meeting came to 
. n rl<»!(' yesterday and racing will begin tomorrow 
lit tlie neighlioring Gravesend track. Tlie Flatlands 
Stakes for two-year-olds at five and a lialf fur- 
longs, and the Oriental Handicap for two-year-olds 
1111(1 over at a mile and a quarter, will be disposed 
of In tlie course of the day’s sport, the names of 
the proliable starters appearing in this Issue of 
Daily Racing Form. The Bayshore Stakes will be 
run Tuesday. It is for thrt'o-year-olds .hiuI over 
lit alxMit six furlongs under selling conditions, and 
will jirobably bring to tbc iiost a selection from 
siieli fust ones us Tom McGrath, Preen. Keator, 
Secnrlly, Ben Ban. .Tacoiiite, Tony Boiiero, Hand- 
zarra. Aeronaut. Edna Jaekson. Lady Anne. Sir 
TiMldington. .1. C. Coro. Lotus, Rye, Druid, Carth- 
age. Sanieinesca, Ingham and Frank Lord. 

Tlie Willow Handicap for two-year-old fillies 
will be decided M'ediie.sday. Notasulga, .Iiilia Powel, 
I.udy Winifred, .Megg’s Hill, Red Bonnet. Please, 
Black Mary, Gowan. .Marbles. Desirous, Park View, 
Mninbassa. Black Mar.v. Airaee C.. Half Sovereign, 
Fond Heart, Heekon, Ella O’Neill and other speedj’ 
ones are in this event. Thursday will bring alsiut 
Hie running of the Brookwood Steeplechase and 
Oeeanviow Handicap. The ISrookwood is over tlie 
sliort course of about two miles, and Caller, Sheriff 
Williams, .limniy I.ane. Garrett, ,St. Volina. Gus 
Straus, Griiiidpa, McKittrodge, Bnekman, Pagan 
Bey and Goldtleur are among the goml jumpers 
nominated. The Oceanview Is at a mile and a 
sixteenth for lliree-yenr-olds, and numbers such good 
performers as Veil. .Superman. Frank Gill, Mont- 
gomery, Charles Edward, McCarter, Baliy Wolf, 
Westbury, Kentucky Beau. Fountainblne, W. II. 
Daniel. Prince liunqiton. Tourenne, Tony Faust, 
oraculnm, Yankee Girl and Convillc among its 
entries. 

The long-established Speculation Stakes will bo 
llie feature of Friday’s racing. It is at a mile 
and a sixteenth, and witli Sister Frances. Zethus, 
Don Enrique, Voladay, Acrobat, Hyperion II., Fancy 
Dird. Tom Dolan, Dreamer, Tcmaceo, Grapide, Ila|iid 
AVater. Tony lioiipro. .1. C. Core. Smiling Tom, 
Lord I.ovat. Sir Toddington, Rye, Good Luck, .\m- 
pedo, Druid and Carthage prominent in Its entry 
list, should furnish a good race indeed. 

Satnrda.v will be one of the liaiiner days of the 
meeting, with tlic Hitchoo<-k Steeplechase, .Tnnior 
ciianipion Stakes for t wieyear-olds, and the First 
S|K‘eial for tliree-year-olds and over as slake at- 
iraelions. 'file Hitelii-oek has about all tlie giMsI 
Jumpers of the time engaged. The miglily Colin 
will probably ap|iear in tlie rieli .Innior Ciianipion, 
in wliieli lie will liave to earry 127 iioiinds. L’liele, 
.loliiiiiie Blake. .liiii Gaffney. I’.ar None. Notasulga, 
Firestone, Slaniina. Ben Fleet. Celt, Cohort, King 
.lames, .liilia I’owel, l.ad.v Winifred and Ninihns arc 
other eraeks In this race, tint if Colin goes to the 
l>ost tliere will not be iiiiieh doubt as to tlic rosnll. 
In the mile and a quarter First Sjieclal are sneli 
stars as Ballot, Superman. Salvidere. Charles Ed- 
ward. Nealon. Itnnning AA'aler, Frank Gill, Elee- 
tioneer. Dr. Gardner, Far AVest. Tokalon, Mont- 
gomery. 'rony Faust, McCarter and Perverse. It is 
ut weight for age, and a grand race is irapcsliiig. 



STORY OF THE GATES CAMPAIGN. 

All AVall street is elinckling over the story of how 
John AV. tlales. iH-fore his departure for Europe, 
liHik $100,0(10 awa.v from the isiokmakors at the 
New York tracks hy .a systematic campaign that 
Was worthy of the Gates of the old days, says 
Hie New A'ork .American. 

lie started in li.v forming a eomldnation with the 
wily “Boots” Diirindl. Dnrnell, who knows the 
horse from the ground up, was to handle the horses, 
while Gates managed the linances. 

From Gates’ apartment to the slahle a private 
telephone line was strung, and at all hours of the 
ilay and night the once Idg Wall street plunger 
knew Just what the horses were doing. 

It was a ease of Hie slirewd speculator who had 
<lared to o|ipose Belmont and .Morgan in the street 
using his lirains in a gainhle where brains and 
Knowledge are of the greatest value. 

The first big <-ouii pulled off by the Gates crowd 
was when Nealon won the Sulinrhau. It is safe 
to say that .lohn AA’. cleaned up at least $fi0,0<M). 
Then came the plunges on Tony Faust, Joe Nealon, 
Rapid AA'ater, .Tacoldle and Carthage. 

Tlien It hecame known that Gates had told the 
owners <if Carthage to put their horse in :i selling 
race and that he would protect him. The first race 
of Cartilage in the east added $.">."i.<)00 to John W.’s 
roll, and he didn’t have to jirotect the entry. 

AVhen Gatos had cleaned np $40o,00() he announced 
that he was done. He was going abroad and Dur- 
liell was to sell his horses. He did sell them 
ami John AV. went abroad. The bookies arc still 
wondering about it. 



1908 RACING PLANS OF W. J. YOUNG. 

Lexington, K.v., September 14. — Tlie Latoiiia 
Derby winner, 'I’lie Abbot, and bis stable comiiiinion, 
AA'. J. Young’s smart two-year-old Great Pirate, 
have lieen turned out iiulil DecemlK*r. The colts 
are eonsidered to have deserved a rest. Young is 
going south again this season early in .Tanuary to 
Hot Springs. He has a band of six yearlings and 
with his older horses lie will have what looks ll’iie 
bis best stable next season. 



MILLBROOK STUD TO BE SOLD. 



Lexington, Ky.. September 14. — The announoc- 
inent Is made officially here <tonight that Andrew 
Miller, F. C. and C. M. Bishop will sell their 
Millbrook Stud lo<-aled at the Oakwood Farm of 
Hie late. r. ,F. McMiVikin the last week in Novera- 
lier through the Faslg-Tipton Company. They have 
liere the noted French stallion Adam, the good sire 
Handspring and thirty-three head of choice hrood- 
Tiiarcs lioiight last year. They have taken a ten- 
year lease on Oakwood Stud. 

TELEGRAPHIC FORM, 



The horses which seem best In Monday’s races 

are: . 

Gravesend — New A'ork. September 14. 

1 — A'ell. Koseben, Do Miind. 

i: — Caller. Garrett. Gns Straus. , 

J — Marbles. Janies B. Brady. Ella O’Neill. 

4 — Running AVater. Dandelion. Cabochon. 
r, — Tom Dolan, Smiling Tom, Arinio. 
t! — Fnitonville. Kosimiro, Earl’s Court. 

7 — Milford, Alex Grant, Latoua. 

H. Forsland. 



Lc:4ingtop— I.,exington, Ky.. September 14. 

1 -Shirley Uos.smore, Katherine Murphy, Pari- 
sian .Atmlel. 

2 — Bellloone, Black Fox, Hammeraway. 

3 — Colonel Itoli, Skyo, Ansonia. 

4 — Camille, Minos, Ouardi. 

5 — Beau Bruiumel, Convolo. Ovelaudo. 

0 — Paul, AA'ater I.,ake, Shining Star. 

J. L. Dempsey. 



AVoodbine--Toronto, Ont., September 14. 

1 - .Merry England, Avaunteer, Scarfell. 

2 — Bewitcliod. Giles, Moliere. 

.I — Sailor Girl, Lyndliiirst, Tenancy by Courtesy, 
■1 — -Avaunteer. Cousin Kate, Annie Berry. 

5— Bob .Miiridiy, Cardigan, Father Cateliem. 

0 — .Ayr AVater, The Globe. Crestfallen. 

7 — Cock Sure, Bonnie Beg, Garrett Wilson. 

J. Bergen. 



LEXINGTON ENTRIES. 



For differences in weight add or deduct I ' 
S points to the pound. An ektra good I 
rider’s average worth is 3 pounds. I 



Proliabillties: Weather clear; track fast. 

Baeing starts at 2::>0 p. m. 

XRuns well in mud. ©Superior mud runner. 
First Race — 5-8 Mile. 

2-vear-olds. Selling. 

(ti2i5(i— 1 ;00J— 2— Kr2). 



Ind. 

(70770) . 


Horses. 

..Marion Moore 


A. Wt. 

• •••••• 


Ildep. 
. X . .725 




..Parisian Model 


• •••••• 

HHK 




.720 


t<hh»s. . 


. .Kallierine Alurphy .. 


KHI. 


• X. 


.715 


6!>914. . 


. .A'an.sel 


lo::. 


. X . 


.705 


RS.578. . 


. .Sliirlev Rossmore .. 


97. 


• X. 


.7<H) 


tKI.M’s:. . , 


. .Bexali 


103. 


. X. 


.680 


7011S. . 


. .I.adv A'i(> 


103. 




.(’k8 (I 


(7O044). , 


..Moscow Belle 


106. 


. 'X. 


.675 


70118. . 


. .liarltng Dan 


KHI. 


. X. 


.ri7r. 



Tooit::. . . .I’antops '.*7 

CbTUo. ... Heron DH> 

Second Race — 3-4 Mile. 

3-yoar-olds and upward. Selling. 
( (121 .55—1 : 1 3e — 5— 1 ( >7 ) . 

RST'U Black Fox 0. 

(Ci42I4) .. .Hammeraway 4. 

70114:!. .. .Cygnet 7. 

7ol 111. . . .liellliMMie t>. 

70O!i2. . . .Hanlshot 

70O4S Anna Riiskin !!. 

70117 .i’aroline A\’ 4. 

7oi;i:! Ifiitlc George :!. 

fi!l042 Fay :i. 

Ii‘,1715. I’lauil •’!. 

70O<i‘.i. . . .No Quarter 

700i:i. . . .Gepiiina :i. 

Third Race — 5 1-2 Furloni 
2-vear-olds. Allowances. 

(.54:!lCr— 1:061— 4-117). 

(70746) .. .Colonel Bob 

70746“ .. .Skyo 

707S!h’ .. .Whisk Broom 

..Ansonia 

.High Binder 

.I’l'oria 

. Severus .... 

Jangle, eh. f. 



650 

.....tilHI 



70!I40= . . 
IHMUSS. . . 

7074tl. . . 
6!1'16. .. 



lol 

101 

by Salvator — 

.Tovita 9S 

A’iohi Guild, br. f, liy Ma- 

selto — Frederica US 

Fourth Race — 1 Mile. 



104. 


.X. 


70~ 


104. 


-X 


.7l!(> 




. X 


.715 


Kill. 


. X 


.710 


KH . 


.X 


.705 






.705 


104. 


.© 


.7(HI 








OS. 




.7iM) 


OS. 


.X 




!>S. 


. X 


.(HI5 


OS. 

i. 


.X 


.oc»o 


11.3. 


X. 


. 72.7 


no. 


X. 


.7’_’(l 


no. 


X . 


.715 


OS. 




.69.5 


loi . 






Kll. 




.6.50 


101. 




.050 



70911 . . 


3-voar-olds. 
(May 10, 1894—1 
.Delllit 


Soiling. 

;10— 4— 1121. 
Ki.3 


-X . 


-0- 


70S7S2 

70S7S5 

7<H»20. 


70911). 


.Cnmilie 


107 


.©. 


720 




71KI4I . . 


.(■(iiiiity Clerk 


no 


. X . 


710 


70878. 


707475 . 


.Minos 


112 




707 


♦T. 


70911 = . 


.Onardl 


107 


• X. 




fJ. 


7iNHai. . 


.(’.cm of tlie AA'ilds 


10!) 




ini7 




70474. . 


.Bonnie Bard .... 


lo:: 




r»77 




«Kl!l!l7. . 


.Helen A'irginia .. 


10:! 




070 




«K>S(M>. . 


.Headley 


no 




(»27 




0022.7. . 


.(Jreener 


10:; 




027 


(703.31 ) 


70015. . 


• A1 AV 


103 




625 


(7o7<k;) 




My Queen of tlie 


Kosos. l»r. 






7J m J7.75 



f, by Rainliow — Highland 

I'riuccss 103.. 

Fifth Race— 7-8 Mile. 
S-Toar-olds and upward. Allowances 
(62130— 1:263— 3— DHl). 



709.38“ . 


.r.EAi’ BRI'MMEL ... 


... .3. 


. 98. 


• X. 


.7.50 


701 is. . 


.'Fopsv Roldusou 


... 4. 


.104. 


. X . 


.74(1 


70!»:u»-. 


.Convolo 


... 4. 


.104. 


• X. 


.770 


7(io::6“ . 


.Hannibal Bey 


... 5 . 


.104. 


• X. 


. 727 


7O'.).'i0». . 


. I 'siiry 


... 4. 


.161. 


. X . 


.720 


700: is. . 


, .Liul.v (’f»rol 


... 4. 


.104. 


.0. 


.715 


I>!I<.I4.5“. 


. .Ovelando 


... .3. 


.101 . 


. X. 


.710 


i;!isl6. . 


. .AA'o<h1soii 


... «*». 


.107. 




.7i») 


C>99!)4.. 


. .Barlette 


. . . 4. 


.104. 


.X. 


.lio 3 



Sixth Race — 1 1-8 Miles. 
4-vear-olds and upward. Selling. 
(.May 2. 1S05— 1 :521— 3— 117 1. 

.Sliiiiing Star .5. 

.Trenola -t. 

.IiiiImmIcii 6. 

i72“ . . .ScalidiH-k 4. 

(7IHI2::) . . .< arew 4. 

7o;i H . . . . Prim e Silverwings 6. 

70011 .. .. Early Boy 6. 

60S05 .Marsailles 6. 

70‘.ill . . . .Paul .5. 

(7(Hi!iS) .. .Water I.ake 4. 

701111 .. . ..Monochord 6. 

TORONTO ENTRIES. 



70!H1.. 
7o;m . . 
(707721 . . 



.KHI. 




• Ki::. 


.0 


.101. 


. X 


. 107. 


. X 


.107. 


• X 


. Kd . 




. 97. 


• X 


.101. 




.Kit. 


. X 


.107. 


. X 


.K-12. 


.X 


fast. 





Proi labilities: 

Racing starts at 2::>0 p. m. (Ghieago time, 1:30.) 
XRuns well in mud. ©Superior mud runner. 
First Race — 3-4 Mile. 

3-ycar-olds and upward. Allowances. 





162546 -1:11} — 4— llli. 










Ind. 


Horses. -A. 


Wt 


Hdep. 




7<f0205, 


.MERRY ENGLAND 7. 


.113 




727 




701s;:. . 


..Avaunteer .5. 


.11:; 


• X. 


72<» 




707 r,o. . 


.Caliriidle 4. 


.110 




715 




70M*.:;. . 


.r.arl IJogers •». — . 4. 


.n;! 


. X . 


71.5 




7o.s!»75. 


.Scarfell 6. 


. 1 15 


• X. 


710 




7< )>s(w72 . 


.Rallot Rox 4. 


.11(1 




710 




»;042o. . 


.I.onpanin 6. 


.105 


• X. 


7) >7 




7os7»;. . 


Uosi‘ 2». 


.105 


• X. 


707 




70615. . 


. I.oiii.sainie •’>. 


.101 




700 






Leiliand. Ii. e, li.v Hand- 












•scl Hlzarra 3. 


.108 






70319. 




Second Rare — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 










2-vear-olds. S<'lling. 












(648o."> 1:ih;}- -2- lo::i. 










70718). 


. BewitclK'd 


.100 


-X. 


727 




7070:: 1 . 


..Moliere 


. 10.5 


• X. 


720 




70707-. 


. .Callu'rine F 


■ KH 


. X . 


715 


7ovr.!»5 



7oo;:o-'' 
7001 12. 
707(Mi. 
7o7i;0. 
7ot!S2“ 
7OS00-’ 
7o7.yi. 
70SS5. 
7o;i.5::. 
7(r.»:io. 



.Giles loo. .X 

.1 Irena !I5..X 

.Paul Pry to.-,.... 

. l.,<>xington Lady 105.. X 

.Kittv- Suiitli 1IHI..X 

• Gaga 101..X 

.’I’rnro loo..x 

.Green Dale OS. . x 

.'fakbii lOS 

..Don Ottario lo6.... 

Third Race — 1 Mile. 

All Ages. Allowances. 

(626H4 -1:30— 1—101). 



708.50’. 


.Colonel Jack 




.104. 


.X. 


727 


0 


7071(1. . 


.Lyndliiirst 


. . r» . 


.107. 




720 




7((9I3). 


.ilawknina 




.107. 


• X. 


715 


70.89.5“ 


7o;i;!.5) . 


.'Femine.v Ity Courtesy .. 


. . 2 . 


. .87. 




715 


7ws!m; 


7t»l»2t». . 


.Sallv Preston 




.104. 


. X. 


715 


70Mi7 


70762“. 


.Sailor Girl 




• Kit. 




7KI 


7o:u:; 


7(Kl.'i4). 


.Kelpie 




. IKI. 


. X . 


710 


70S7!) 


70!»2i». . 


.'Ferali 


. . 2. 


. 87. 


.X. 


710 


70S!M> 


70837) . 


• MiHinraker 


. . 7 . 


.11.3. 


. X . 


7< 


69.510 


7o02i). . 


.Frescati 


. . 2. 


. 94. 


. X . 


707 




7osr»;;2. 


• liallot I'os 


.. 4. 


.113. 




7(H) 


70S7!) 


70!i:!4. . 


.Gold Note 


.. 3. 


.107. 


. X. 


7<N) 


70S71) 


70SIM). . 


.(lid Colony 


. - . 


.104. 


-X. 


700 


70S71 


6{>41S. . 


.New Mown Hay 


. . 0. 


.113. 




6'JO 


70.89 r. 



Fourth Race — 3-4 Mile. 
4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 
(62546—1 :1 IJ^— 114). 



701.83. . 


...Avaunteer 


. . . . ' 7 


.119. 


• X. 


72.7 


7088! I“. 


.Fiat 


.... 7 


.10!l. 


. X . 


,7’2(l 


(•.9829 . . 


..Herman .lohnsou 


4. 


.11.3. 


. X . 


.715 


707.52. . 


■ Demurrer 


9. 


.108. 


• X. 


.715 


7051 1 . . 


.(’oiisin Kate 


4. 


.110. 


• X. 


.710 


7(H!.S6. . 


. .Kiameslia II 


4. 


.106. 


• X . 


.710 


7(Mi(s3. . 


...Annie Berry 


4. 


.101. 


.0. 


.705 


7083;i. . 


. . lueorrigitile 


4. 


.111. 




.700 


7(Hi.84. . 


. .Bi”mingham 


4. 


.103. 


.X. 


.760 


707S7. . 


. .Venus 


4. 


. 101 . 


.X. 


,r»07 


694.57. . 


. . Fire Fang 


4. 


.kh:. 




JM)0 


6!)076. . 


. .Orpen 


4. 


.101. 




.690 



706(t4. 


. .Bank .Holiday ...... 


6.. 1.55. 


X 


.685 




((KH77) 


..Ymi <7o*fer’ 


..I.. 5.. 1.52. 




.685 


31' BraggadcK-li.^ 


70933. 


..Father Catchem ... 


...y., 4..J40. 


X 




.’{2 Cot Ion town 


7tH>64“ 


. . Russell A r*. . 


.5.;: 5.. 150. 




.680 




70146. 


..Ruth’s Rattler 


7.. 150. 


X 


.(>80 


.32 Colgate .... 


70767. 


..Billy Ray 


S..175. 




.675 


33 Corncob . . . 


7093::. 


. .Have-a-Care 






.675 


31 Cabochon . . 


693! 13 . 




10. .170. 




.670 




•J, 


Meagher entry. 






27 (>>Iin 



Sixth Race— :l 1-16 Miles. 
3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



70442. . 


((!2666— 1 :46i— A— 99) 
..Ayr AA'ater 


3. 


.109. 




70 r; 


7(Hil4. . 


..The Globe 


0. 


.P23. 


X 


.720 


70428. . 


..Crestfallen 


S. 


.12.3. 


X 


.715 


7091(1. . 


..French Hill 


4. 


.12:!. 


X 


.710 


7(»S77. . 


..Scotch Pebble 


r». 


.114. 


X 


.710 


ChVI97. . 


. .AA'icklight 


4 . 


.12.3. 




.705 


(•.8!l21 . . 


..AVallace G 


5 . 






.7(Hl 


70S37.. 


. .Halfeaste 


i>. 


.109. 




.700 




Clean Sweep, b. g, by 
Havoc — A'eracious 11... 


4 . 


.123. 







70fvS4“ 

(702.S4) 

70.SS!I. 

707*Mi. 

707.53. 

70730“ 

6.S110. 

70713. 

7o:!47. 

T07S7. 

7<HI2!I. 

60273. 



Seventh Race— 3-4 Mile. 
3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 
(62.546— 1:11J^— 114). 

..Paul Clifford 0..113. 



• Cock Sure 
...lack Kcrclieville ... 

. . Royal Legend 

..Mariinb'j 

. . Lord Dixon 

..Garrett AA'llson .... 

..Bonnie Reg 

. .Akhar 

..Comic Oiiera 

...Marquis de Carabas 
..Goggles 



4. . 105. 

4. . 108. 
.5. .108. 

4. . 101. 
.5. .110. 

5. .lOtl. 

5. . 108. 

4. . 108. 

5. . 108. 

6 . . 101 . 

4. . 106. 



• i 

.720 

■IJr 

!7L5 
.710 
.710 
.705 
. 705 
.700 

• 7('<l 
.605 



NEW YORK ENTRIES. 

(Gravesend.) 

Proliabillties: Weather clear; track fa'.t. 

Uacing starts at 2:.".0 p. m. (Ctiicago time, 1:30.) 
X Runs well in mud. ©Superior mud runner. 
First Race — About 3-4 Mile (165 feet short). 

All Ages. Handicap. 

(68034—1 :08j— 5— 122) . 

Ind. Horses. A. Wt. Hdep. 

(708o::) . . .tRoseben 6. .140. . X . .750 

708(M;=. .‘Aeil 3.. 112 745 

7(K>.8.S. . . .Bat Miistersoii .’...DC) 745 

(701KI7) . . .BriMikdalc Nymph 4. .120. . X . .745 

170004) .. .Jack Atkin :!. .117. . X . .745 

(707.56)... Dc Muiid 3 . . P26. . X . . 745 

70867. .. .('loisteress 4.. 02.. X.. 745 

702.56. . .♦Siiffr:igc 4.. 124 740 

70112. . . .Prince Hamburg 5. .121. . X . .740 

..Danoseara .’!. .108 740 

t’ressina 4. .107. . X . .740 

40 



■0005 

0016 .Cressina 4..I07..X 

:osil tllandzarra .5.. {15.. X. 

■o:!04. .. .King’s Daughter 4..110..X. 

(IS0.'!“. ..Keator .5..1ii!l..( 

d!H6. 

(1004. 

■|HIS.S= 



• King’s Daughter 

.Keator 

..Monet 

• Bi'Ilo of IriHiuois 

• Shot Gun 

(6<Mi.8Si . . .Glciilmm 

♦iOtisc. . . .Ban Smith 

70004. . . .lYiilirella 

•J. R. Keene entry. 

ID. C. .Folinson entry. 

Second Race— About 2 
Steeplccliasc. 
4-year-olds and upward. 



6. .DM. 
:!. . S5. 

7. .12(i. 
3. . 07. 
.’!.. {Kl. 
3.. 81. 



7:{- 



.7:!5 

.7.”.0 



X..700 



Miles. 



(64727—3 : 50—5—140) . 



Selling. 



S. .145. 

5. .i:!.5. 

4. .l.'!6. 

6 . . 1 .",::. 

7. .1.38. 

5. .14(1. 

6. .i:!S. 

6. .143. 



00 . . 



( 7087.8) . . .Caller 

(7(tS!Mi| . .»(;iurett 

)70.5!I8). Vinaiida H 

fGus Straus 

tGnardiaii II 

.Is'onalla 

‘Follow tin 

.Knight of Elwa.v 
*T. Hitelicis'k. Jr. mitry 
AA’. Colt entry. 

Third Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 
Flatlands Stakes. $1..5iNi added. 
2-year-oliIs. Selling. 

(351 28—1 :( aig— 2— 1 14). 

..Plcasi' 

..Ella O’Neill 

..Magazine 

70816“ .. .James B. Brad.v 

(7(i!lo;i) . . . Mar!il(>s 

7(i!Iih!“ . . .'I’hr Squire 

70778. . . .Sanguine 

7088’!“ .. .Bounding Elk 

(7(i.s;i4) . . . .Ara.see 

70846. . . .AVavo Crest 

70724“. . .Will. H. Lyon 

707(M!-. Apple Toddy 

.('orneoli 

..lane .Swift 

.Creation 

Fourth Race — 1 1-4 Miles. 
Oriental Hamlicaii. $4,(KM) added. 
Ail Ages. 

( .5.540t; -2:1 15i — 5— 105). 



.7(Nl 
.1KI5 
.6! Ill 
.61KI 
.C.85 
. 68(1 
. 68(1 
.675 



!«». 


X . 


.745 


;!4 


Rampage 


2 


3-4 


1:15% 


102. 


X . 


.740 


32 


Ramrod 


.... 


1 


1:42 


t)2. 


X . 


.74(1 


0^ 


Rapid AA'ater 


.... (i 


7-S 


1 :2S 


!(0. 


X . 


.740 




Ri'xane 


.... 2 


3-t 


1:17% 


102. 


X . 


.7:!5 


22 


Sir Navarre 


.... 2 


:t-H 


;:!9% 


!»2 


X . 




IV.t 


Sinirker 


.... 2 


3-4 


1 :20 


!»2. 






34 


St. .losepli 


4 


1 


1 :46-'ii 


SO. 




.7:!5 


3;: 


Sliot Giin 


.... 7 


.3-4 


1 ;l(i% 


SO. 


X . 


.7:!0 


4 


Seviiionr Beutler . . . . 


.... 2 


3-4 


1:19 


89. 




.7.'{0 


.31 


Suffrage 


4 


3-4 


1:16 


00. 


X. 


. 72.7 




Sanguine 


.... 2 


3-4 


1 :16 



7(17 12. . . 

7(I8!II “ . . 
70',i(k:. . . 



. !I0. . . 
. .8!l . . . 
-Kai. . . 



70710. . 


.Cliarl('s Edward .. 


. 1 00 




.770 


70iM(7-. 


.1l:ind(‘lion 


5. .119. 


. X. 


.745 


7(H;.54> . 


• Kiinning AA'ater .. 


4. .126. 


. X . 


.745 


70m. . 


• Tokalon 


41..112. 


.0. 


.740 


70869). 


..Anipcdo . 


3.. 92. 


.740 


7O2OO. . 





3. . 10(1. 




7!!7 


VOS77. . 


.Cartilage 


4. .1(10. 


• X. 


^.'i7 


7(18.55“ . 


• l/ittletoir .Alahi .... 


3.. 95. 




rTTT7 


7*»S77. . 


.Okeiiite 


. !HI. 


. X. 


.7.'io 


70!I20. . 


.(l.vford 


.5.. 106. 


• X. 


.720 



Fifth Race — 1 1-16 Miles. 

"-year-olds and upward. Selling. 
i6’2831 1:4.55—3—120). 

(707on...TOM DOLAN 3. . llKi. . X . .725 

(7o.5(Ki) ... Hyperion II 4. .101 . . X . .7’20 

7(*!i2I . . . .Ziiiaiigo 3. .100. . X . .715 

6.8702 AVes 4. .101. . X . .715 

7o81S“. Arimo :!. . KHI. . x . .715 

184.5“.. .St. .loseiili 4. .101. .©. .715 



( 7(I!I21 1 . . . A'ino 

1 7674 4) . . ..I list So 

(1021 Andrew Mack .... 

. . . East End 

..Smiling 'rom .... 

..Woolsloiie 

..Samuel H. Harris 

...Mary .Morris 

..Oak Grove 

. . A'endor 

...Roliador 

(1845. . . . .Alpenniarclieii . . . 

.Camiiaigii(>r 

• June 'Fime 



4. 

. . 6 . 
. . 6 . 
.. 4. 



101.. X., 
l'*1..X..’ 
00.. X..' 
!I6. . X . 
0(1.. X..' 

•Id 



5. .104. . X . .70.5 
4.. tltl. . X . .705 
4.. 08.. ©..70.-, 

4.. 06.. X.. 705 
.5. .104. . X . .7(Ml 

3.. {KI..X..7(I(I 
.’!. . !IO. . X . .7(MI 

3.. 10.5.. X 

7.. 101..X 



.liilO 

.600 



Sixth Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 
2-year-olds. .Alaidens. Speeial Weiglits. 
(.!.5I28 1 :Ih;5, 2—1111. 

Aliss Norfolk 107 

King’s Plate 107 

Rosimiro lio 

7o::2o. ... Earl’s Court IIO ' 

707O!l“ . . .Fnitonville 1 lo ' 

70.806“. . .(irillamb 110 ' 

702:;0“ . . .Zagg 110..X..’ 

7oi::7 Sukey’s Son 110 

708.50. . . .Waldorf 107 

7o8;i4. . . .Ingraham 1(17 

70S5!I Call Roy 110 

70846 (’olgate 107 

70.566. . .. AA’iniiing Star 107 

Cosmo|HiIitan. li. e. liy W<k>1s- 

tlioriio — Kosmo 110 

Seventh Race — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 

■-olds. Maidens. Speei.nl Weights. 

(:i512S -l :0(i5 — 2— 114). 

•lilford 110 ■ 



. . N’lmiMirte . . . . 
..Golden Buikli* 

. Ihirante 

. .Norliitt 

. .Latona 

..He Kalb 

. .George Degg 



HO... 

107. . 

no. . 

no.. 

107. . 

107. . 

no. . 

no. . 

107. . 

no. . 

no. . 



.720 

.715 

.715 

.715 

.7i0 

.710 

.70.5 

.705 

.705 



Fifth Race — 2 Miles. 
Steeplechase. 

3-year-ol(ls and upward. Allowances. 
( .’i772.5— 4 ; 09 1 —6—1 44 ) . 



(70877). 


. ..Tohn Dillon 


... 4.. 145. 


.0. 


.700 


70912“. 


.‘Butwell 


... 5.. 1.52. 


.X. 


.695 


69976. . 


..Picktime 




• X. 


.(!90 


70812. . 


..Rillierrv 






.61M1 


(70900) . 


. .Cardigan 


... 8..1(H). 


• X . 


.(KHI 


709(H)“. 


.‘The Chef 


... 4. .145. 


• X. 


.(i!H) 


70874“. 


..Eights (int 


... 6. .160. 


• X . 


.690 


(70!)12). 


..(Jold Run 


. . • 5. . 107. 


• X. 


.685 


(708S6) . 


. . Bob Mui'iihy 


... (i . . I<i0. 


• X. 


.685 


70767“ . 


..Sam Parmer 


... S. .155. 


• X. 


.•■>8.5 


70801“ . 


..John G. CavanagU ... 


... '1 . . 155 . 




.es5 



1846 .... Scot tsda le 110. 

Rose AVliite. eh. f. by .lim 
Gore — Edna Gerr.v 107.. 

NEW YORK WORK-OUTS. 

O/* New York. September 14. — Weather 
traek fast. The be.st work-outs at 
head Bay and Gravesend today were: 



Ind. Horse. 

.31 .Ariadne 

;{:! .A(lriiich(‘ 

.34 .AH .Alone .... 
3.'! .Adoration .... 
:;2 .Annoyance .... 
Amundsen .... 

27 Acrobat 

.32 Administrator 

32 -Ace High 

.32 Adcihert Belle 

3!! .Arimo 

.■’m3 Bonnie Star .. 
.3;: P.ad News . . . 

.‘2! Be.soiii 

;!.5 Ben P.an 

::4 Bedouin 

;!.i Berwick 

2.5 Black Owl 

31 Bat Masterson 



A. 



Dist. 
1-2 
3-4 
;!-4 
:: 4 
5-8 
1-2 
1-2 
3-4 
3-4 
1 
1 

7-.S 

1-2 

:!-4 

3-4 

1 

1 

n-4 

3-4 



clear ; 
Sheops- 

Time. 

1 :16 
1 ;’2fl 
1 :16 
1:02 H. 
:5I54 
:50% 
1:16% 
1:24 
1:46 
1 ;4li4 
l:.32'i 

liliilg 

1:20 

1;42»4 

1:43 

1:17 

1:16!^ I 



T 



35 Celt 

C. W. Burt 

31 Chulita 

34 Dr. Lee 

De Kalb 

31 Desirous 

:!4 Dreamer 

.31 Explosion 

;S3 Earl’s Court 

:!4 Frank Gill 

.’{2 Fleming 

:i.‘! Flower Quwn 

.'!.3 Flowaway 

.34 Father Koffee 

2:i Firebrand 

;$3 Fair Play 

:t3 Fort Johnson 

.3.5 Fnitonville 

.32 Fortunate 

.32 Genesee 

33 George Considlne . . 

Gentleman 

.3.3 Green Goods 

;!4 Golden West 

::i Goldqncst 

:>0 Greeno 

24 Guiding Star 

2.S Ginette 

:!5 Grasslands 

32 (ioldtinn 

Gold Foil 

.3.5 G<dd Lady 

12 Golf Ball 

34 Handzarra 

High Chance 

31 Hooray 

31 Herman 

Hessian 

.34 Halket 

29 Infanta 

:$3 Jane Swift 

.'!1 .laeqiiin 

27 Killiecrankie 

:>4 Kerry 

:!5 King’s Daughter ... 

31 Klllaloe 

.'!,3 King’s Plate 

;!4 Lady Winifred 

.31 Isitiis 

32 Lad of Langden . . . 

l.atona 

L’Aniour 

lioring 

31 Lady Vincent 

Longilana 

.32 Mr. I’eatiody 

::o Miss Doyle 

;!:! Mayfield 

::2 My Jack 

21 Monopolist 

29 Megg’s Hill 

;!l Marvel P 

:H Masquerade 

31 MnfH 

29 .Master Robert . . . . 

.Moyea 

30 Mary F 

31 Maey Jr 

.‘!2 .Martin Doyle 

:!2 Orfaiio 

33 (inatassa 

Oran 

Ottoman 

30 Preen 

Peter Sterling 

29 Polly Watts 

32 Pins and Nc(Mii(‘s . . 

Plater 

.3.3 Please 

.31 Panmonok 

.34 RolKidor 

2!l Restigoiiehe 

.31 Itoynl ’j’ourist 



. 5--S 
1-2 
1 
1 

3-4 
0—8 
1 1-4 
6-8 
7-8 
7-8 
6-8 
.’5-4 
1-2 
3-4 
3^ 
1 

3-4 

;;-4 

1-2 

;:-4 

1-2 

.5-8 

3-4 

1-2 

;5-8 

7-8 

1-2 

3-4 

3-4 

3-,8 

1-2 

;{-4 

3-4 

;!-4 

1-2 

1 

3-4 
1-2 
6-8 
1-2 
1 1-8 
.3-4 
7-8 
1 

3-4 

1 

6-8 

.’1-4 

.5-8 

7-8 

7-8 

7-8 

3-4 

1 

1 

.3-4 

::-4 

::-4 

3-4 

,3-4 

;!-4 

6-8 

3-4 

1 

3-4 

1 

.3-4 

.3-4 

::-4 

1-2 

.3-4 

:!-4 

1-2 

1-2 

1-2 

:!-4 

.3-4 

1-2 

7-8 

1 

.3-1 

3-4 

1 

1-2 

1 

5-8 
5-8 
1 1-4 
1 

3-4 

-4 



1:03 
:,50 
1:45 
1 :45 
1:17 
1:02 
2:11 
1:06 
!::«♦ 
1:40 
1:09 
1:22 
;51 
1:17 
1:20 
1:42% 
1:22 
•1?I6 
:5l 
1:15 
:49 
1:08 
l:17-)i 
:49% 
1:06% 
1:34% 
:49 
1:18 
1:20 
:37 
:.52 

1:16% 
1:19% 
1:14% 
:.50 
1:47 
1:19 
:4!1% 
1 : 02 % 
:49% 
1 :.i7 
1:18% 
1:31 
1:46% 
1:18 
1:43 
1:06 
1:15% 
1:05 
1:30 

1 : o., 
1:28 
1:17% 

l::a>% 

1:47 
1:17 
3:16% 
1:15 
1:17 
1 :16 
1:19 
1:08 
1:16 
1 :4:t 
1:17 
l:4(!'i 
1:16% 
1:18 
1:‘J9 
1:15 
:52 
1 :‘J5 
1:21 



:.54 
1:17 
1 :’20 
:51 
3:;!6 
1:42% 
1:1-5% 
1 :20 
1:46 
:49 
1:44 
l;(i4% 
1 :(I6% 
2:15 
1:48 
1 :25 
1 :21 



32 SuiMTiiian 
Sweetener 
St. Ilario 



1 1-8 
1-2 
3-8 





’Fok.ilon 




1 


1 : 16 


34 


’l’ronIde.-4f>ine 


li 


.3-4 


1:17% 




'Fom .Mc(iratli 


..... 4 


7-K 


1 :'J8 


22 


'I’itHii 


.... ^ 3 


1 


1:43C. 


2!) 


3'ipping 




1 


l:42'i, 


:!;! 


Till' .siianghraiin . . . 




1-2 


:.50 


.31 


A’ictoria B 




1 


1:12% 


2!) 


A’aqiiero 


,*i 


1 


1 :46 




A'amleville 


2 


7-S 


1 :(m; 


29 


Veil 




3 4 


l:I3-% 


27 


AA'iiming Star 


15 


.'! -4 


1:15 


;:i 


AA'Iiip 'Fop 




3-4 


1 :15 


2!) 


A'oiitlifiil 


2 


3-4 


1:17% 


34 


Zagg. 


2 


3-4 


1:17 


31 


Zaml>csi 




1 

F. ,A[. 


1 ;49 
Kelly. 



3-year-olds and upward. 



SEATTLE RESULTS OF SEPTEMBER 14. 

Si'attle. AA’ash., Septeinlier 14. — Sixty-seventh day 
of the King County Fair Association’s Summer 
.Meeting at The Meadows. Weather cloudy; track 
slow. 

First Race — 3-4 Mile. 

Selling. 

Horses. AA't.Fin. .lockevs. CPS 

Matt Hogan KHl 1 AV. Kelly ..8 ;{ 7-5 

I,ovey .Mary ....l(i;i 2 J. Hayes ...5 2 1 

.Alic(‘ Cary 1(I9 .3 Keogli 5 2 1 

'Fime. l:Hj. 

AA'ent to post at 2:15. .At post 3 minutes. 
Nun’s A'eiling. 10; Redmont. 4; ‘Kellaeo. S: Alimo, 
15; Itiistic Lady, 20; .Meringue, Dl; Last Fanstiis, 
(i. and Roscoe, 20, also ran. Scratched — Raiimi- 

ei'iici'. 

‘AA’ent in entries as Bellairs. 



Second Race- 
Selling. 

Horses. 

P.elle Kinney .. 
Neafiioss 



3-4 .Mile. 



3-year olds and upward. 

P S 



AA't.Fin. .l(H-kev8. G 

.109 1 .Mei’laiii 8 2.'. 

.169 2 J. Clark ...4 8 5 7-M 

Siieaki'r Fontana . Klil 3 R. Davis ...ti-5 2 5 1-5 
Fime, 1:141. 

Wi'iit to (Kist at 2:10. .At ixist .3 minutes. Hirlle, 
2d; Willie Gregg. S; Supreme Court, 8: Mischief, 
Kl, ami David Boland. 1.5, also ran. Scratched — 
'Fitiis IL. Dislriliiitor, Our Saiiie, El Cbiliiialiua. 

Third Race — 3-4 Mile. 2-year-olds. Handicap. 

Horses. Wt.Fin. Jix-kevs. OPS 

Early Fide 113 1 Keogh 9-102-5 1-1 

Albion H 95 2 W. Kellv ...10 4 2 

Adena IOC. .3 C. AVriglit ..8 3 8 5 

'Fime, 1:14. 

AA'ent to x'ost at .3:65. .At i>ost .3 minutes. Cri'S- 
ton. 9-10; Willie 3'.. S; Boggs. 21; Import. 1.5, and 
Follie li.. 10. also ran. Seratelied — Sandpi|M‘r, Ben 
.'“tone. Banward. Early Tide and Creston coupled 
in lietHng as De Arman entry. 

Fourth Race — 2 Allies. 4-yoar-oIds and upward. 
S«dling. 

Horses. AA't.Fin. .liK'keys. G 

Rotron 1(19 1 .Alarie .3 

Invictus 104 2 Mcl’Taln ....S 

Iras 1(0 3 C. AVriglit ... .21 

'Fime. ;!:23. 

AA'ent to |iost at .‘!:::6. .At iiost 3 iiiiiintes. Tan- 
cri'd. 8; Ray. 8; El Primero, 4; Royal Red, 10, and 
Tejoii, 15. also ran. 

Fifth Race — 1 1-16 Miles. Alaska 

3-ycar-olds and upward. 

Horsi's. AA't.Fin. .locki'ys. G 

Cadichon Ill 1 McClain 3 

Edwin 'F. Fryer ..94 2 T. Rico ....4 

Orilene 110 3 R.van 1 

Time, 1;46J. 

AA'ent to post at 4;(KI. .At post 3 minutes. Hugh 
McGowan, 4; Miss Officious, 4. and Treasure Seeker, 
15. also ran. Seratelied — .Tolinny Lyons, Ranposal. 

Sixth Race— 5 1-2 Furlongs. 3-ycar-olds and up- 
ward. Handicap. 

Horses. AA't.Fin. .loekeys. 0 P 

Entre Nous 104 1 AA'. Kelly ...3 1 

Bucolic i(i5 2 .Alarie 6 2 1 

James A. Murray.lO:! 3 Kixigli 4 8-5 4-5 

'Fime, 1:07. 

AA'ent to [x>st at 4:2.5. .At post 3 minutes. Fire- 
ball. 2J; Sliver Stocking. 2J; Grace G., 8, and .Amit 
Polly, 4. also ran. Scratched — Giovanni Balerio. 

Fireball and Silver Stocking coupled in lictUng 
as Bcdwell entry. 



P S 
6-5 :! 
2i 7- 
1 I- 



Handieap. 



P S 
1 1-2 
S-5 7-1(1 
1-3 1-5 



S 



Seventh Race- 
Selling. 



-1 Alile. 3-year-olds and upward. 



Horses. 


Wt.Fin. 


.lockevs. 


0 


P 


S 


Moiivuia 


..102 1 


.Areliihald 


...2.1 


1 


1-2 


.Altinero 


..no 2 


4. Clark 


- . . 7 


2 


4-5 


Derdoiu 


. .102 3 


Livds .... 


. . . 7 


2 


1 




Time, 


1:4'2J. 








AA'ent to post 


at 4:55. 


-At post 1 


minute. 


Pale- 



moil, 2: La Rose. 4; Lucky Lad. 8; .Anopns. 15. 
and Callis. 25, also ran. Seratelied — Silver Line, 

Hlusion, Elmdale, Peiiper and Salt. '' 





SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1907. 



DAILY BACmo FORM. 



New York Entries and Past Performances for Monday, September 16. 

WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. 

FIRST RACE— About 3-4 Mile. (165 feet short.) All Ages. Handicap. (0S!>:U -1 :OS5— 5 - 11'2.) 

Index Course DIstTlmeT'ckOdds Wt St ^ %, StrFIn Jockeys Best Comimny. 

ROSEBEM, K (, S. hy Ben Btrome — Rose Leaf (D. C. Johnson). Weight today 140. 

Sht-eps’d 7-.S hvy 1 110 2 11 1 1-1- W Knapp Far West. Kealor. I'liaiinitcpcc. 

70S«fi .SheepsVl 3-4 1:12S fast 1-5 137 2 2 1 1* IJ W Knapp Veil, First rrcminm, Bellwether. 

70793 Sheeps’d 3-4 l:14ji mud 3-5 132 1 1 1 1’ 1’ W Knapp Ben Ban, Red River, Halifax. 

70255 Brighton B. 3-4 l:12i fast 150 2 1 2 2'J 2'i J Martin Firestone, King Cole, Firebrand. 

VEIL. b. f, 3, by Disguise — Biturica (J. R. Keene). 



3^ l:12g fast 10 113 3 3 

-8 1:27 J mud 106 8 7 7 



Weight today 112. 
3 2* 2J W Miller Iloseben, FirstPreininm, Bellwether 



5» Garner Baby Wolf, C. Edward, Ethon. 



70St’ii> Sheeiis'd 

69736 Slie(>p. Bay 

69593 Sheep. Bay 1 1-4 2:061 fast 94 6 11 9 8 11 11** G Burns Nealon, Montgomery, Beacon Ldght. 

BAT MASTERSOM. ch. o, 8, by Frankfort — Vanessa (M. L. Schwartz). Weight today 105. 

706SS .'Saratoga 3-1 1:123 fast 5 111 6 6 6 7 O") Finn Danoseara, .Taek Atkin. J. C. Core. 

70.579 Saratoga 3-4 l;llit fast 3 110 1 2 2 4* 4’J Notter Ben Ban, Vails, Welbourne. 

70524 Saiatoga 3-4 1:11| fast 18-5 105 4 2 2 16 l*i W Miller Jack Atkin, Berwick, Danoseara. 

BROOKDALE NYMPH, ch. f. 4, by Meddler— CastalJi (H. P. Whitney). Weight today 120. 

70907 Sheeps’d 1 1-8 1:32? good 4 107 2 1 1 1 I’i Notter Dandelion, Oldlloiiesty. McCarter. 

70857 Sheeps’d 1 1:40 fast 4J 107 2 5 9 9 3=* 2^J K McDan’l Dandelion, Ben Ban, Beacon Light. 

70756 Sheeps’d 3-4 1:13| fast 8 119 2 4 5 5* 3’ Garner De Mund, Ben Ban. Court Dress. 

60438 Gravesend 1 1-16 l:50i hvy 112 2 1 1 1 1* 2*J C Koemer Flip Flap, Coy Maid, Tokalon. 

JACK ATKIN, b. 0, 3, by Sain — El Salado (B. Bchreiber), Weight today 117. 

7o!m| .Sheeps’d 61 f 1 :193 good 4-5 126 4 3 1 16 pi W Miller 'Westloiry. Don Enriipie. I’rejnieio. 

3-4 1:129 fast 3 117 4 2 2 16 2J A Brown Danoseara, J. C. Core, Ilandzarra. 

7-8 1 :31 mudll-20 118 1 2 2 2 2 2> A Brown Fleming. 

3-4 1;11| fast 7-5 118 7 11 2’J 2'J A Brown BatMasterson, Berwick, Danoseara 

DE MTTND, ch. 0, 8, by Ooldflneb— Graeiosity (P. J. Rainey). 

707.56 Sheeps’d 3-4 1:13? fast 4 122 4 2 2 2= 1* Notter 



70688 Saratoga 
70602 Saratoga 
70624 Saratoga 



70517 Saratoga 
70407 Saratoga 



3-4 1:14 slow 1-3 123 1 
3-4 1:111 fast 17-10 122 1 



Weight today 126. 
BenBan, BrokdaleNymph, C.Dross. 
16 Miller Fleming. Okenlte, .\letijeuo. 

1* 1* W Miller Jack Atkin, Sewell, Roekstone. 



OLOISTERESS, oh. f, 4, by Carlton Grange — Claire II. (H. K. Vingut). 



70S67 Sheejis’d 
70745 Km. City Ab 
706R0 Fhii.City 



1 l;4n fast 10 

4 1:09 fast 10 110 4 

3-4 1:10J good 8-5 106 8 



70622 Em. City Ab 3-4 1:09? fast 11-5 104 

■DFFRAGE. ch. f, 4, by Totor — Queomtton (J. R. Keene) 



Weight today 92. 
;!.) 46 <’ 11 Sliil’gUo.val l.aii.v. Drnid, Mary F. 

16 2J Marshall Goldproof, Old Honesty, Quadrille. 
I'J 1- C H SliirgDlamond, Jennie Well.s, Hawkaina. 
I'J IJ C U Shill’gGoldproof, Royal Onyx, Zelina. 



70i56 Brighton B. 
70112 Brighton B. 
70037 Brighton B. 
69800 Sheep. Bay 



1 l:3Si fast 115 4 2 2 

3-4 l:13i fast 127 2 2 

3-4 1:12 fast 127 1 3 

6 1-2 f 1:19 fast 118 2 1 



1* 1* Notter 



PRINCE HAMBURG, b. h. 6. by H amburg— Maori (H. P. ’Whitney). 



70112 Brighton I’,. 
7(8137 Brighton B. 



3-4 l:12g last 123 10 
3^ 1:12 fast 126 8 



8 



69863 Sliee|i. Bay 


1 1-8 1:.53* fast no 


5 


1 


1 


1 


5* 


6®J Mountain 


697:54 Sheep. Bay 


3-4 1:13? fast 130 


4 




3 


3 


2J 


I'J Radtke 


DANOSCARA, br. 


f. 3, by Clifford— Mai 


(J. 


Sanford). 




711905 Sheep.«’ii 


1 1 ;:59? good 16-5 liH! 


2 




2 


2 




26 AV Miller 


70*;ss Saratoga 


3 4 1:12? fast 6 KK! 


3 




3 


3 


2i» 


IJ Horner 


70524 Saratoga 


3^ 1:11* fast 15 111 


6 




5 


5 


41 


4®J Notter 


71M92 Saratoga 


7-8 1:25? fast 3 114 


8 


6 


5 


5 


4b 


2* Notter 



CRESSINA, b. f. 4. by Watercress— Carina (A. J. Joyner). 

7PPK! i.Sfc .>slieepshe:i<l I’.ay eliart in this paper). 



Weight today 124. 
36 5*i W Miller Dreamer, Fountainblue, Far West. 
1* 1» W Miller Rapid Water, Halifax, Col. White. 
2* 2* W Miller Roseben, Herodotus, Colonel White. 

J.C.Core, Bar.Belle, Crack’nthorpe. 

Weight today 121. 
6- 6''J Moimtain Suffrage, Rapid Water, Halifa.x. 

5^ 5* Mountain Ro.seben, Suffrage, Herwlolus. 

Cottont’n, S.Lynnewod, F. Premium 
King’s Daughter, Zal, Gallavant. 

Weight today 108. 
Rnnning .\ceoiint. Rialto. Heaslip. 
Jack Atkin, J. C. Core, Haiidzarra. 
BatMasterson, JackAtkin. Berwick. 
Cresslna, Cablegram, .\Ietheuo. 

Weight today 107. 



70811 Sheoi)s’d 
70773 Slu'ej)s’d 
7063.3 Saratoga 
•Dead heat. 



3-1 1:13 fast 9-6 l:!6 
3--4 1:14Jmud 7 140 6 

7-8 1 :27i good 5 110 2 3 



1 



1* I*® Horner 
3J 3= Horner 



J. C. Core, Fancy Bird, 1). Spanker. 
Kealor, M. .\nthony II., I,. .Anne. 



2 3 36 2* W Miller Welbourne, Roekstone, Acrobat. 



HANDZARRA, ch. m. 6, by Handzel — Elzarra (D. C. Johnson) 



7(.S41 Sliecps’d 
71*688 Saratoga 
706;’2i Saratoga 
70C79 Saratoga 



fast 45 
3-4 1:12? fast 8 
7-8 1 :27J good 40 
3-4 1:11* fast 60 



114 6 
90 2 
94 5 
109 5 



Weight today 96. 

8 9"*JW Knapp Cressina, J. C. Core, Fancy Bird. 

33 4.'.j p Kelly Danoseara, Jack Atkin, J. C. Core. 

4* 5® C Kelly Welbourne, Cresslna, Roekstone. 

9 10*6 P Kelly Ben Ban, Vails, IVelbourne. 



XING’S DAUGHTER, h. f, 4, by Ornament — Queenlike II. (T. C. McDowell). 



Weight today 119. 



7(f!0t Brighton 3^ 1:12* fast 7 114 1 2 3 6'J 6" Garner 

69761 Sheep. Bay 1 1:40? slow 111 1 1 2 4 8® 9*» Radtkp 

69734 Sheep. Bay 3-4 1:13? fast 115 1 1 1 IJ 2*J W Miller Prince Hamburg, Zal, Gallavant. 

XEATOR, h. K, 4. by Cbarazus — Generine (F. E. Brown). 



Barbar.v Belle. Halifax, Haonsel. 
S.Lynnew’d, T.Fau.st, F.Premium. 



7089:: shtM-ps’d 
70818 Sheeps’d 
70773 Sheeps’ d 
707,56 Sheeps’d 



3" 3'= .1 Martin 



Weight today 109. 
Itoseben. Far West. Clnipuitepec. 

I® !• .1 Martin Dennis Stafford, Arimo. 

I'J I'i J Martin M. -Anthony, II., Cre.ssina. L..Anne. 

De Mund, Ben Ban, Brook. Nynipli. 

Weight today 104, 



5«1 Finn 



Toboggan, -Aleneon, Moadowbreeze. 
CoIum.Girl, B.Strome, HaiinibalBey 
MortilKiy, Gild, Minot 



S 1 :2.5? hvv 

1 1:42* hvy 1.3-20 117 3 3 2 
3-4 1;14J mud 2J 136 8 6 

3-4 1:13? fast 25 10.5 10 9 

MONET, ch. h, 6, by Ben Strome — MidroM fJ. H. McCormick). 

7<l!*lt: (See Slieepsliead Bay eliarl in tliis paper). 

6622S F. Grounds .5-8 1:01 good 103 3 2 6 10 Bled. Garner 

66103 F. Grounds 6 1-2 f 1 :20* List 111 6 5 8 8* 6*J Garner 

66011 City P.ark 5 1-2 f 1:10* hvy 111 2 11 IJ 2= Garner 

BELLE OF IROQUOIS, b. f, 3. by Ben Btrome — Passion Flower (Patebogue Stable). Weight today 85. 
70;M(1 Shei-p.Cd 6J. f 1 :19>.; good :!0 ICO 2 1 .5 6 (P* .las 1 leii’sv.Iaek A I kin, Westlmiv. PonKiiriipie. 

708:t0 Sheeps’ d 11:40* good 7 9S Left at tlie post. F Swain U.Lady, C. Russell.' Killieorankie. 

70i26 Saratoga 3-4 1:12* fa.st 16-5 96 2 4 4 26 2* Henry Momentum, Killiec’kle, T. Wrestler 

70618 Saratoga 3-4 l:14g livy 30 95 8 8 8 8 7®J F Swain J. C. Core, Don Enrltjne, Alctheuo. 

SHOT GUN, b. h, 7, by Artillery — Princess Noretti (W. B. Jenningt). Weight today 126. 

3-4 1 ;14* good 1 13 2 2 2 2'= 2* Mr ’Dicker Robin Hood. Arnho. 

6 1-2 f 1:22? slow 148 1 2 2 16 1* Mr TucKer Ontario. Ed Bail, .Aralio. 

Ab 3-4 1:10? fast 114 5 4 4 4* 5*J J Martin Little Woods. Dr. Ix?e. Sailor Girl. 

Ab 3-4 1:09* fast 112 8 8 8 8 8-* J Martin KobinHood, Golden West, Sliekaway. 

OLENHAM, b, c, 3, by Glenheim — Rosalva (R. A. Rainey). Weight today 97. 

7-8 1:26* fast 93 6 3 1 1 1® 1‘ Medlicott BrlghtBoy, RloGrande, O.OromwelL 

3-4 1:1.5? slop 100 3 6 4 4* 4*J R McDan’l Yorkist, Purslane, .Acrobat. 

6-8 :59 fast 98 1 1 1 1* 1* W Miller Work & Play, San. Creeker, Manila. 



69808 Sheep. Bay 
69512 Gravesend 
69346 Gravesend 



6908S Belmont i’k 
6G536 Aqueduct 
66142 Belmont Pk 



BAN SMITH, ch. c, 3, by Dr. Hasbrouck — Chapter (G. Schoeppier). 



Weight today 90. 



(i09S6 Slieep. Ba.v 6 1-2 f 1:19 fast 109 15 15 15 15 15®* C Booker Lady Anne, Druid. Golden Shore. 



Weight today 84. 
\V Burns .T:ick.\ tkin. W’estlniry. Iionl'inriqm*. 
6*’®.\W Burns R.T.ady, C. Russell. K illieerankic. 

.\rimo, Dashaway. Lilflotoii .Maid. 



S=L'.C 



Burns 



9*“iW Burns Saylor, Druid, Ueidmoore. 



UMBRELLA, b. f- 8. by Ben Brush — Gingham (W. C. Daly) 

7091(4 shei ps’d c.J f I :I9:? good 20tt 9! 6 7 7 

70V30 Slieep.s'd 1 1 : 40* good 100 9S :» 9 9 :• 

707.54 Sheeps’ll 1 1:40? fast 100 ](m; pi 6 8 lo 

70357 Brighton 1 1 16 1:45? fast 100 91 10 10 10 9 

.1. R. Keene entry Veil and .SnITrage. 

1*. C. .bilinson enny RoselM-n and Mandzaii'a. 

II. P. Whitney entry — P.riHikdale Nymph and Priin-e Ilanihnrg. 

RACE — About 2 Miles. Steeplechase. 4-ycar-olds and upward. Selling. ((11727 ;::.5(i T, 

Index Course DIstTlmeT’ckOdds Wt St V* 14 % StrFin .Tockeys Best Company. 

CALLER, b. g, 8, by Tammany — Caledonia (J. E. Widener). Weight today 145. 

(OSiS .'Shi eps'd All 2 1:07 slop i;:-2o I Is I 2 2 1 ]s joi |:i,iiiilme Gns.SrIans, GnarilianI I.. (bihllleiir 

70163 Brighton B..\b 2 1 2 4:47 fast 1.50 4 2 2 2 3J 2® Donohue Essex IL. Dr. Keilli, Kernel. 

69283 Grave.send .Ab 2 1-2 4:.52 fast 148 1 2 2 2 1‘* I*" Donohue Blue Pigeon, Buckraan, Sunglow. 

GARRETT, hr, g, 5, by Woolsthorpo— Mabel Duffy (T. Hitchcock, Jr.). Weight today 135 

7(iS!m .s;ii,.,.|,s-,l Ab 21 .5:12? livy 7 i::s 2 11 1 1’^ D .Mitehell Essex IL. .limniv Lane, Dr. Keith. 

70S0a Sheeps’d Ab 2J 5:18 mud 3J 145 3 1 2 2 2" 21 Miteiiell .Timmy Lane, Paprika 

70707 .Saratoga Ab 2J 5:27 fast 11-5 142 3 3 2 1 2® 1* Mitcliell Rocket, Burnett, Kernel. 

AMANDA H., hr. f, 4, by King of Coins — Katie Rigg (I. Fox). Weight today 136. 

70fi9S Saratoga Ab 2 4:25 mud 6-5 14o 2 2 2 1 1=» 1* Slone Lights Out, Jack Barr, Kernel. 

7(14:52 Saratoga Ali 2 4:21 Last X 148 1 2 4 3 3* 3®* Stone Paprika, Mooksie. Garrett. 

70318 Brighton Ab 2 3:54* fast 13-5 148 5 2 2 4 5J 5®* Stone Buckman, Blue Pigeon, Essex II. 

GUS STRAUS, hr. g, 6, by Riley — Sardonyx (J. W. Colt). Weight today 133. 

7((S7n Shii'ps’d .All 2 l:oT slop :i0 i::s 1 ; I :: 4 JI" Mi Afce Calier. Guardian II. . Giildllenr 

67S89 Benning Ab 2 4:11 fast 148 1 2 3 4 4®* 3‘« Hupi>e Carterknot. Northville. Harry Bavlor 

5T74S Brooklyn Ab 2 1-2 4:57? fast 145 1 2 2 2 I'J IJ Rodrock Bonfire, I’aulakcr, Ivan. 

GUARDIAN II., h. g, 6, by Guardsman, darn unknown (Mr. Gleniver), Weight today 138 

70878 Slii i-ii.s’d All 2 4:07 slop 20 II:: 4 112 21 3'' Kelleher Caller. Giis Straus. ( Johllienr 

70344 Brighton .Ab 2 4:01 fast 7 143 3 1 1 2 3* 4*=’.Mr C H’oiiEssexII.. Bliiel’igcoii. ParsonKelly. 

70211 Brighton B. Ab 2 3:57 fast 132 2 5 3 4 4®» 4*" E Hayes Thistledale. Garrett, Judge White ' 

70190 Brighton B. Ab 2 4:02 fast 1.50 2 2 3 2 4* 4*« Mr J O’B’nB.Pigeon, Thistledale, JudgeO’Gln. 

LEONALLA, b. m, 5, by Rapallo— I.eonore (C. H. Robbins), Weight today 140 

7<(!(2(* (See Sheepshcail Ray iliart in tins paper). 

70.309 I’.righton 11-10 1:47 fast 100 105 pi 6 6 6 Sh S=*?.T rhandler.Sally K., Easton Muck Rake 

70190 Brighton B. Ab 2 4:02 List l.'iO 4 6 6 6 6 6®'® O Hcider R.Pigoon, Tliistledale .Tiid''e()’Gln 

69807 Sheep. Bay S C 4:'i;t? slow 131 1 8 8 8 7 7®»*JO Heiiler Dcicnnta, Belligerent, Hot Shot. 

FOLLOW ON, h. in, 6, by Sir Singeton — Edna May (D. K. Kerr). Weight today 138 

6.5592 Kenning \li 21 5:19 slmvl 1.52 2 2 2 2 2'1 2'J .Mr D Ken ( llerosi 1. Mount Hem v Mivs R 

6.V..50 Kenning Ab 21 5:21 mud 1 1.55 1 2 2 2 13 1* .MrD K. | n ileroso. Russell Sage. .Nortliyilli 

KNIGHT OF ELWAY, ch, g, 6, by Knight of Ellerslic — Flash-in-tI.e-Pan (T. L. Evans). 

. , . , . . . . Weight today 143. 

|()8|8 sliee)is d .\li2 4:Oi slop 12 1 i:i 5 7 7 6 :i'".i'* Vnloirke Caller. Gas Straus Guardian 11 

(.;!297 Sbeep.s’d F G .5:11? fast 1 115 2 12 1 3®""3» Owens Kernel. Phantom. Olcroso. 

631C.7 Sheeps’d S C 4:10 fast 8-5 142 2 3 2 3 11 1* Owens Tom Cogan, Dromedary, Follow On. 

'r. H ileheiiek, .Ir., enliy -Garrett and Follow on. 

J. \V. Colt e'lKy — Gns Straus and Guardian 11. 

THIRD RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. Flatlands Stakes. 2-ycar-olds. Selling. (;2)12s 1 :(ri|; 2—111.) 

Index Cour.se I>istTiincT’ckOdds Wt St V4 *.(• % StrFin Jockeys Best Company. 

PLEASE, b. f, 1. by His Highness — Charm (J. W. May), Weight today 99 

7o:i31 Brighton 5J f 1 :0C|! fast 13-10 104 5 3 1 1*1 DA A RoIdnsonWm. H. Lyon, Marbles Servile. 

70.308 Brighton 5 1-2 1:()6? fast 2 98 3 3 1 I'J 1* A Robinsoi.Servile, Biskra, AH Alone 

70267 Brighton B. 6 1-2 f 1:00? fast 104 1 1 2 2* 2J W Miller SinglcStone, VVm.H.I.yon, LongBall 

•ET.T.A O’NEILL, ch, f, 8, by Handspring — Royal Approval (F, Burlew), Weight today 99. 

Eliiek .Mary, Frizetto, .Aiartlia Jane. 
Frizette, .Magazine, Black .Mar.v. 
Fanc.v, Adriana, Half Sovereign. 

Weight today 102. 
BlaekOak. D. Stafford, ’J'.li.vt'ourtesy 
JiiiiG.iffne.v, .MasterltolMTt. .Antaeus. 



70.563 Saratoga. 5J f 1:06? fast 15 1(81 1 1 1 li li‘ Finn 

70527 Saratoga 5J f 1:0(>? fast 6 99 6 4 4 51 Finn 

70165 Brighton B. 6 1-2 f 1:06* fast 122 2 2 3 36 S'®JNotter 

MAGAZINE, b. g. 2, by Mazagan — Pink Rose (R, F. Carman). 



706;!.5 Saratoga 
70600 Saratoga 
70527 Saratoga 



5J f 1:08* gooii 18-5 111 
3-4 1:1.5? mud 12 111 4 

51 f l:(Ki? fast 16-5 loO 4 



Finn 

Finn 



JAMES B. BRADY, b. c, 2, by Mimic — Busy Lady (F. J, Farrell). 



3 2 2® 2® K Dugan 1- rizette, ILMar.v, Ten.IiyCourtosy 



T0846 .sJlieeps’ii 
70706 Saratoga 
70542 Saratoga 



1 1 * 1 * 



.\iiol 



3-4 1:15 fast 3 112 

5Afl:07 fast 1 102 2 

oj f 1 :09 slow 13-5 102 1 

MARBLES, hr. f, 2. by Lissak— Glcnsetto (J. W. May). 

7090!! Sheeps'll 5.1 f 1:06? good 3 99 2 111* 1“ It Lowe 

3-4 1:15 fast 20 104 5 

5J f 1:09 S1OW13-10 99 2 

5J f 1:07* fast 3-5 99 6 1 1 1* 1* Notter 



Rnn..V(-eoiint. 



Weight today 92. 
Bell wet lier. M a rides. 



70846 Sheeps’d 
70641 Saratoga 
7048T Saratoga 



70810 Sheeps’d 5J f 1:08? mud 5 114 4 

70193 Brighton B. 5 1-2 f 1:07 fast 109 5 



W Miller .Apple Toddy, Sanguine, Rustle, 
i W Miller K. Folly, Queeu’sSouvenir, Marbles. 

Weight today 90, 
.Aunt Ro.se, Miss Delanev. ReeneW. 
3 4 4* 4'J ,A Kobins’nR.. Account, Bellwether, J.B.Bradv. 

112* 4*J Notter KingFolly, Q.Souvenir, J.B.Brady. 

Biskra, Martha .lane Boema. 

THE SQUIRE, ch. g, 2, by Prince of Mellbourne — Homespun (Newcastle Stable). 'Jv’eight today 102. 
'0906 Sheeps'd 61 f 1 :2(>g good 13-5 lii2 4 2 2 2® ;’>-’l W Miller .lohn. Blake. < 'a.stlewood. R.Coojicr. 

5 5 4* 4*J W Miller F.nlcada, Live Wire, Ben Fleet. 

3 3 3* 2®J W Miller Nimbus, Imitator, Sepoy. 

SANGUINE, ch. o. 8, by Omament — Alarming (R. T. Wilson, Jr.) Weight today 

70778 Sheeps’d 3-4 1:15 mud 2 97 3 111* l‘J E Dugan W. Crest, KingFolly, Martha .Tane 

70706 Saratoga 6J f 1:07 fast 4 102 6 6 6 46 3* E Dugan JamesB.Brady, AppleToddy Rustle. 

70397 .SaraToga 5J f 1:09? mud 6 102 11 6 3 2'J 2* E Dugan Hal, Chulita, Rara Avis. ’ 

BOUNDING ELK, b. c, 8, ^ Rusk in II. — Miss Ball fMrs, H. H. Selby). Weight today 92. 

ViHirliees. ChiefHa.vos. Jennie Wells 
R. Account. Bellwetlipr. J.B.Brady. 
Colonel Bob, .Aristotle, Sk.vo. 

Skyo, Run. Account. Hanbridge. 

Weight today 89, 
Miss Deianey. Snngheim, Kerrv. 
BaiiHla. St. Ilariiv. Miss Calesby. 
Ceil. Considine. Orelia, TIinrbet. 
l.lvelVlre, Resllgonche, Sir Oleges, 
Weight today 89. 
W Miller R.Aeeonut. Bellwether, J.B.Brady. 
AV .Miller Sanguine, K. Folly, Martha Jane, 
i W Miller Beaucoup, Falcada, Fultonville. 



708X3 .Sheeps'ii ;5-4 !:15* slop 


20 


95 


1 


1 


1 


:i® 


:5®J G Swain 


70846 Sheeiis’d 3-4 1:15 fast 


50 


112 


10 


8 


8 


11 


11 Horner 


70746 Em.City Ab 3-4 1:10? fast 


20 


109 


5 


4 


3 


36 


4*1 Llehert 


70696 Em.City Ab 3H5 1:10? fast 


15 


115 


3 


5 


5 


5 


5'«JJ Lee 


ARASEE, b. g. 2, by Blues — 


Bunch (S. Emery). 






70834 Sheeiis’d 5J f 1:07 good 5 


104 


1 


1 


1 


1 = 


I'J AV Miller 


7iK574 Saratoga 5J f 1:08* fast 


12 


94 




2 


2 


36 


7"’ J Powers 


697:59 Slieep. Bay .5 8 1 :02* 


mod 


10:: 




9 


•1 


91 


9® J Powers 


C9687 Slieep. Bay 5 1 2 f — 


fast 


115 


— 


— 




9'" 


8®J C Koerner 


WAVE CREST, ch. g. 2. by Star Slioot 


— 


Spindrift 


(F. 


J. Farrell). 


70846 Sheeps’d 3-4 1:15 fast 


5 


109 


1 1 






6*. 


5® W Miller 


70778 Sheeps’d 3-4 1:15 mud 


3J 


102 


1 




3 


4J 


2'J AV .Aliller 


7u709 Saratoga '3-4 1:14 fast 


3J 


108 


7 




6 


5J 


5®J W MUler 



WM. H. LYON, hr. g, by Charade — Looking Glasa (J. fttmon), 

"0724 Saratoga 5J f 1:(>7* fast 10 100 1 2 2 2‘J 3‘ Sandy 

0690 Saratoga 5A f 1:06* fast 20 ; Ml 8. 2 2 3® 6»J Radtko 

70542 Saratoga 5J f 1:09 slovtr 1? ' 94 6 6 6 .8 13 Goldstein 

APPLE TODDY, h. o, 2, by Toddington — ^La Fleur (M. L. Hayman) 
70706 Saratoga 5J f 1 ;07 fast 20 102 1 2 2 2* 2‘ Jos Hogg 

5J f 1:09? mud 10 102 9 6 6 

5J f 1:06? fast 20 101 8 7 8 

c, 8 , by Naeturtium — Cornelia (E. 

55 f 1;(I6? fast 20 111 2 2 4 

0641 Em. City Ab 3^ 1:10? fast 10 108 6 5 6 

70622 Em. City 5J f 1:07? fast 7 104 2 2 3 

JANE SWIFT, oh. f, 8 , by Handepring — Phantom Belle (E. Herz). 
(1891 Slieeps’il 1 1:42 livv 7 88 3 3 2 3 3 3'* \V M’nlsli 

.5-8 1:00 mud 30 113 12 11 10 10 10 J .Martin 

5J f 1:07* fast 12 109 14 10 7 7 7* J Martin 

I. 8. by Altamax — Recreation (T. H. Williame). 

6.'. f J:202 good 40 105 3 (i 7 7 7' “.'.Sandy 

3-4 1:13 fast 30 107 1 1 5 9 10*®JSamly 

3-4 1:13* mud 30 112 6 6 6 6 7=«JSandy 



70597 Saratoga 
70527 Saratoga 
CORNCOB, b. 
0712 Em. City 



0775 Sheeps' d 
70566 Saratoga 

CREATION, h. 

"ii9iHi Sheeps’d 
70811 Sheeps’ll 
70796 Sheeps’d 



7 6*» Jos Hogg 

8 9**JJas Hogg 
L, Norton). 

6J 8*»?.Harfy 
g. 6*J Musgr’ve 
S* 4®J J I.ee 



... *■ Weight today 89. 

F.JoImson, JohnnieBlake, Mayeella. 
Be*lwether, Biskra, S}r Cleges. 
KingFolly, Q.SoaveTilr, J.H.Brady. 

Weight today 99. 
James B. Brady. Sanguine, Rustle. 
Hal, Sanguine, CbuUta. 

Frizette, Magazine, Black Mary. 

Weight today 99. 
Running .Account, Hollow, Scallop. 
Hollow, Run. Account, L.Roederer. 
Hanbridge, Stanley Fay, C.W.Burt. 

Weight today 89. 
Jim Gaffne.r. I’unk.v. 

L. P. Daley, J. Gaffney, Desirous. 
D.Stafford, C.J.Cella, MissDclangy. 

Weight today 100. 
Jolm. Blake, CaStleWOod, T.SqBire. 
Cresslna. J. O. Core, Faney Bird. 
John. Blake, Castlewood, D.^faf^^rd 



FOURTH RACE — 1 1-4 Miles, Oriental Handicap. All Ages. (.5.54(8’, — 2:05* — 5 — 105.) 

Index Course DIstTlmeT’ckOdds Wt St *^ *^ % StrFin Jockeys Best Company. 

CHARLES EDWARD, ch. c. 3, by Golden Garteiv-Flora Mac (Patebogue Stable). Weight today 128. 
"0710 Saratoga 1 1 :39 fast 1 126 6 3 1 2 5® 6 W Knapp Kennyetto, Tonreniie, Zienap. 

70545 Saratoga 1 1-4 2:11? slowl3-20 119 3 1 3 3 3 3* W Knapp Ballot, Paumonok. 

70359 Brighton 1 1-2 2:30* fast 2-5 126 4 3 3 2 1* 1* W Knapp Frank Gill. 

DANDELION, ch. h. 6. by Hambur g— Pansy (F. R. Hitchcock). Weight today 119. 

7l'9n7 .Sheeps'll 1 1-8 1 :.52? goinill-10 122 :! 4 2 2 2* 2J N'ieol Br.NyinpIi, Oldllonesty, .MeCiirter. 

70857 Sheeps’d 1 1:40 fast 13-5 116 9 9 5 4 1® 1®J R Dugan Brook. Nymph, BenBan. Bea. Light. 

70776 Sheeps’d 1 1-4 2:05? mud 5 117 3 3 3 3 2* 2* Nicol Nealon, Beacon Light, Salvldere. 

RUNNING WATER, b. f, 4, by Sir Dixon — Breakwater (H. B. Duryea). Weight today ISO. 

70654 Saratoga 1 3-4 3:06* hvy 13-5 121 1 3 3 3 I'J 1* W Miller Nealon, Frank Gill, Holscher. 

705S2 Saratoga 1 3-16 1:58? fast 6 119 3 4 4 5 6* 1* W Miller Dandelion, Cairngorm, Dr.Gardner. 

TOKALON, b. m, 6 , by Tammany — Enid (J, W. Fuller). Weight today 118. 

70114 Brighton B. 1 1-4 2:03* fast 116 14 14 14 14 14 15®*JFinn Peter Pan, McCarter, Montgomery. 

699S9 Sheep. Bay 1 1-4 2:07 fast 117 6 5 7 7 7 6* M Preston Gallavant. Confederate, Cairngorm. 

69911 Sheep. Bay 1 3-8 2:20 fast 121 6 2 2 4 6*® 6®J C Booker Peter Pan, Salvldere, Flip Flap. 

AMPEDO, hr. a. 8. by Alveaoot — Day Dream (£. Wayland). Weight today 92. 

70869 .Sheeps'll 1 1-2 2:32? fast 19-20 95 111 1 IJ I'J E Dugan Teiiiaeeo. 

70832 Sheeps’d 1 1:39* good 10 116 7 7 7 6 5® 3*J C Grand Kleetloneer, Kent.Beaii, Westbnry. 

70S06 Sheeps’ d 1 1-8 1:55 mud 18-5 100 4 3 2 2 2* 2® Brussel Maincbance, Cairn^fiwm, D’Arkle. 

CABOCHON, h. o, 8. by Disgnit»— Bonnie Gem (J. R. Keene), WMg&t tddiiy ISO. 

70269 Brighton B. 1 1-8 1:52 fast 102 6 6 6 6 6 €* W Miller Martin Doyle, Golf Ball, Ampedo. 

70240 Brigliton B. 3-4 1:12? fast 118 8 8 6 4* 2? W Miller BatMasterson, Pr. Ahmed, Berwick. 

70204 Brighton B. 1 1-8 1:53 mud 103 4 2 2 2 36 4*J W Miller Far West, Cairngorm, Mar. Doyle. 

CARTHAGE, ch. g, 4, by Serrano — Hettie Green (J. T. Williams). Weight today 100. 

708.57 Sheeps’d 1 1:40 fast 40 UK! 11 11 11 11 11 8*® Harty Dandelion, Dr. N.vmph, Ben Ban. 

70833 Slieeps’d 13-16 1:59 good 12 1(K! 6 4 6 7 Br. down. Notter Beac.Iiight, MissCrawford, Acrobat 

70776 Sheeps’d 1 1-4 2:05? mud 15 110 8 7 7 7 6* 5** C’mmins Nealon, Dandelloif, Beacon Light. 

LITTLETON MAID. b. f. 3, by Hamburg— Rose Standish (H. F. Whitney). Weight today 05. 

70,8.55 Shoeps'd 1 3-16 2:02* fast 2J 116 4 3 4 2 3® 3* W Knapp San Alviso, Red Friar. Moonshine. 

70820 Sliceps’d 1 3-16 2:05 hvy 9-5 103 4 4 4 4 4 4®® Notter Blue Book, Faust, Smiling Tom. 

70754 .Slieeps’d 1 1:40? fast 7 111 7 7 7 7 4J 3*5 Garner Arimo, Dasbaway, Ampedo. 

OKENITE, ch. g, 3, by Hastings — Orients (A. Belmont). Weight today 90. 

708.57 .'®hei i>s'ii 1 1:40 fast 50 ‘.12 10 10 in in in 5" G Burns Dandeliiin, Br. Nymph, Ben Ban. 

70OIII Saratoga 1 1-8 1:53? fast 10 l‘K) 2 7 7 7 7 6® Brussel Vails, Rio Grande, Don Enrique. 

70(599 Saratoga 1 1:42* mud 4-5 106 3 4 3 4 5 5**JMountaIn MainChanco, Tourenne, CoLonekTaek. 

OXFORD, gr. h, 5, by Faraday — Aunt Belle (J. McLaughlin). Wei^t today 106. 

71K)2(> (See .Sl(eepsl(cail Bay (■l(a['t in lids iiapcr). 

7o;io.5 .Sl(eeps'(l 1 1:39? gixnl 16-5 ii:; 6 6 5 4 4* 6"JHor((er Riirni. .\cco([((t. Danoseara, Rialto. 

70S:!3 Sheeps’d 1 3-16 1:59 good 15 107 3 3 3 4 3* 4®J Horner Beac.Llght, MissCrawford, Acrob»» 

70776 Sheeiis’d 1 1-4 2:05? mud 15 111 6 6 4 4 5* 6®* Horner Nealon, Dandelion, Beacon IJght. 

70727 Saratoga 1 1-8 1:52* fast 15 110 6 6 4 3 3J 3‘J Horner Dandelion, Vails, Peter Sterling. 



FIFTH RACE — 1 1-16 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (I12s;u — 1:4.53- 



- 120 .) 



Index Course DistTimeT’ekOdds Wt St Ji *4 StrFin Jockeys Best Company. 

TOM DOLAN, b. 0. 3. by Jean Bereaud — Marahotta (F. Cook). Weight today 100. 

7K791 Sheeps’ll 1 1:42? ((unl 11-20 li(2 2 2 2 2 2 1®J E Dugan ViHirliees. 

706S9 Saratoga 1 1 :10* fast 3-5 lol 3 2 2 2 I'J 2'J K Dugan SirRalpl(, LadyEsther, SmllingTom. 

70397 Saratoga 1 1:39 fast 2-5 101 111 1 1* 1®J E Uugaii Blandy, Kilter, Arimo. 

HYPERION II., b. g, 4, by Mazagan — Van-a-Clar (L. A. Celia). Weight today Ml. 

70.500 .Saratoga 1 1:39? fast 3-5 103 3 3 3 2 2J 1* W Miller T.Boncro, Mark .\ntonylI., F.Mait^n 

704.54 Saratoga 7-8 1:25 fast 20 98 7 8 8 7 5* 5* P Swain Dreamer, Rye, Jacobite. 

70.307 Brighton 1 1-16 1:44* fast 3J 103 5 3 4 5 5® 5** F Swain Bad News, Protension, Moonshine. 

ZIPANGO, b, 0, 3, by Admonition — Miss C. (A. Weber), Weight today 100. 

T(KI21 (See Slieepsliead Ba.v eliart in lids pajier). 

70728 .Saratoga 1 1 :3S* fast 3J pil 5 3 3 3 26 2® E Diigan Deuce, Ed Bali, Qnagga. 

706.55 Saratoga 1 1:42? hvy 7 106 2 4 4 3 2' ‘2*5 Garner Arimo, Vendor. Inquisitor. 

70565 Saratoga 1 1:40? fast 13-5 96 1 6 4 1 1* 1* Beckman Standover, Phil Finch, Vendor. 

WES, hr, g, 4, by Inverness — Saute use (A. Hamel). , Weight today 101, 

687112 Belmont Pk 1 1:40* fast 97 9 6 4 4 7* 7*» Notter W. Tank, (Ti. Hayes, Savable. 

68608 Jamaica 1 1-16 1:49* mud 103 10 6 3 2 26 4’ Garner • Col. White, Reidmoore, Shenandoah, 

67578 City Park 1 1-16 1:46* fast 109J 5 11 1 1* 3'J Nicol I’lanute, Goldmate, Gargantua. 

&RIMO, ch. 0, 3, by Solitaire II. — Magdalenas (R, F. Carman). Weight today 100. 

Tiisis Sheeiis’d 1 1:42* hvy 7 115 2 2 :i ;> :> Finn Keatiir. Ileiinis Stafford. 

70797 Sheeps’ll 1 1-16 1:47 mud 8 118 S S 7 8 8 8®"JG Burns Welbourne, T.Bonero, I>ird I./Ovat. 

70754 Sheeps’ll 1 1:40? fast 20 111 3 4 3 3 16 1* Finn Dasha way. LittletonMaid, Ampedo. 

70692 Saratoga 11:11 fast 6 124 6 7 4 4 3nk 4=j Finn Vino, Lane Allen, Quagga. 

ST. JOSEPH, ch. r. 4, by Riley — Clara White (Miss A. M. Marrone). Weight today 101. 

Ti'M.i Sheeiii’il 1 1-16 1:47? fast 20 106 2 2 2 2 * 2.J 2'J It Mi'Dan'lGr:i|iple, I’ldl Fineli. Kilter. 

707:!.5 Em. City lmin0yl:47? fast 6 106 6 2 2 1 IJ I'J Harty Taunt, Clements, Oak Grove. 

7(K!.81 Em.City ImlOOyl :47? good 11-5 1 00 3 2 1 1 I'J 1* IdelH'rt Taunt, (ionfessor. Master Lester. 

70613 Em.City Ab 3-4 1:09 fast 12 101 4 2 3 3J 2* Lieb«‘rt Top.sy Robinson, Alencon, Dap. Gold. 

VINO, b. g, 4. by Fresno— Lohosina (Patebogue Stable). Weight today 101. 

7(i!i21 (.See Slieepsliead I’.iiy eliar: in tids piiperi. 

70728 .Sar.atoga 1 1:38* fast 15 94 4 5 5 5 5* 5*J Upton Deuce, Zipango, Ed Bail. 

706'J2 Saratoga 1 1:41 fast 9-5 111 7 6 5 6 4 iK I'J W Knapp Lane Allen, Quagga, Arimo. 

JUST SO, ch. g, 6. by George Kessler — Verily (S. N. Hexter), Weight today 101. 

.0714 Em.City 1 iiiUKiy 1 :47? fast 2 97 4 4 4 2 2* IJ Miisgr’ve Lady Carol, Granada, Colimosa. 

70697 Em.City Ab 3-4 1:09 fast 15 98 6 4 5 5'J 5*= Harty Goldproof, Top. Robinson, Ilaeimel. 

6.5202 Jamaica 1 1-16 1:49 good 103 3 3 4 5 6® 6®J Notter Young Davis, Chlni. Sweep, J. liyle. 

ANDREW MACK. ch. h, 6, by Charaxus — Generine (W. Cahill). Weight today 99. 

7o;!’_’l I See S|iee|)slieail Bay eliart in lids paper). ' t 

701SI Jirighton B. 1 1-16 1:46 fast 101 10 10 8 6 5' .'’i®* W Miller Red f.eaf. Tipping, King Cole. 

7iK(I5 Slieeri. Ba.v 1 1 :40? slow lol 8 8 8 7 6* 4* Nutting Golden West, BlueBook. Gainlirinns. 

69963 Sheep. Bay 1 1-16 1:48? fast 101 16 13 12 6 46 3*J Nutting Royal Ben, Ritleman, Golden West. 

EAST END. h. g. 4, by Ogden — Frances McClelland (Burlingame Stable). Weight today 96. 

70670 .Saratoga 7-8 1 :2r.? fast 20 I03 3 2 2 2 3® 4’J E Dugan .Mark.lntonylL. Seciirit.v, Ed Ball. 

7(K!15 Saratoga 7-8 1:30 hvy 15 lo5 6 4 5 6 5 4® E Dugan .M.Antonyll., S.TcKld’ton, Security. 

70;iS3 Saratoga 1 1:40 fast 20 94 2 2 2 3 66 71® E Dugan Lally, Telescope, Standover. 

IMILING TOM, hr. o. 3, by St. Blaise — Souriante (Patebogue Stable) Weight today 90. 

70870 Sheeps’ll 1 1-16 1 :46* fast 7 I09 5 4 4 4 3i‘ 3'® W Knaiip M.Antonyll., T.Bonero, C. Russell 

70820 Sheep.s’d 1 3-16 2:05 hvy 2J 109 3 3 3 2 3* 3‘* W Knapp Bine Book, Faust, Littleton .Maid. 

70796 Sheeps’d 1 1-8 1:57 mud 12 109 1 2 2 2 2‘J 2* W Knapp Moiifort, Killaloe, Uashaway. 

WOOLSTONE, hr. g, 3, by Woolsthorpe — Fonsolette (L. V. Bellew). Weight today 90. 

70M5 Slii eps’il ] 1-16 1 :47? fa.st .50 UK 5 10 11 11 12 12 C H Shill'gGrapple. St. Jiis.‘pli. I'liil Finch. 
70713 Em.City 1 l:4o* fast 3J liMi 12 2 1 1' 2J .Musgr’ve Hawkama, .Minos, Taunt. 

70717 Em.City 1 3-16 2:01? fast 3-2 101 ;!' 1 1 2 26 4'J Uolianka K.of the Valiev. Braneas P.aletto 

7iK!l2 Em.City 11-8 1:53 fast 8 101 4 1 1 1 IJ 2= M IToston Lillie Turner, Cederstrorae, Funky. 

BAl^EL H. HARRIS, b. h, 6, by Sir Walter — Lindula (P. H, Sullivan). Weight today 104. 

70:1.57 llriglitiin I 1 16 1:45? fast 40 io:l 6 \ s 7 5* 5®J Slirevr Saylor, Druid. UeidmiHire. 

70254 I’.righton 15. 1 1-16 1:4.5? fast 106 4 6 8 8 76 7'* Finn Pretension. VoiiTromp Workmaid 

70‘229 Brigliton B. 1 1-16 1:46* fast 106 4 4 4 4 46 7*J Notter Ingham, Red Leaf, Von Tromp. 

MARY MORRIS, ch. f, 4, by Victory — Furlano (J. H. McCormick). Weight today 99. 

699S6 Slieep. Bay 6 1 -2 f 1:l:i fast ilS 14 14 14 14* 14®® Sumter I.ad.v .\nne, Drni’d, Golden Shore 

6839S Jamaica Im 70y 1:46? fast 96 4 5 5 3 1* 1* Sumter Killochan, Bcllsnicker Ocean Spray 

68:560 .Aqueduct 1 1:43* slow 100 6 3 3 3 26 2* Sumter Roliador, Lord Bcdge, J. McKeon. 

OAK GROVE, h. t, 4. by The Roman — Rival (Mrs. H. H. Selby). Weight today 98. 

7IIS22 Sliceps’il 6J f 1:22 hvy .50 115 9 7 7 7 7'* lli'iiiy It.Acciiiilit, .If Aiitonv 1 1.. Botanist. 

70i;5.5 Em.City ImlOOy) :17? fast 25 99 3 5 3 3 3® 4® .S’lesinger St. .losepli. Taunt, Clements. 

7IK580 Em.City 3-1 1:10* good 15 !Kl 4 9 7 4J 5® iSchl’nger Cloisteress, Diamoml, .Tenide Weils. 

VENDOR, hr. g. 4, by Ogden — Vendii (F. M. Arthur). Weight today 96. 

70P2I GSer Sln-epslieail Itay eliart in lids paper). 

7(61.5.5 Saratoga 1 1 :4J? hvy 12 '.K! 1114 3J 3*J E Dugan .\rinio. Zipango, Inquisitor. 

705Ci5 .Saratoga 1 1:40? fast 30 96 3 2 2 4 5' 4*J E Dngtin Zipango, Standover. Phil Finch 

70:521 Brighton 3-4 1:13? fast 30 1 20 10 10 9 8 * 8®J Beckman Wardlrie, El Cazador, Escutclienn. 

ROBADOR, ch. h, 6. by Rey el Santa Anita — Lady Diamond CM. Krani). Weight today 104. 

70,58(1 .Saratoga 1 1:40 fast ,30 106 11 9 6 6 6* .5®J Muller FancyBird, D’.Arkle, SirToddingtoii. 

694S2 Gr.avcsend 1 1-4 2:07 fast 106 9 10 9 11 86 7‘® C Koerner Lord Stanliope, Tipping, Banker. 

69313 Gravesend 1 1-8 1:52* fast 104 7 6 6 6 6® 6'* C lioerner Maxnar, Saylor, Master of Craft. 

69062 Itelinont I’k 1 1:39* fast 106 8 7 7 8 8* 9®'JC Koerner St. Valentine. RoyalBen, W.Tank. 

ALPENMARCHEN. ch, c, 3, by My Boy II. — Izeyl (Arveme Stable). Weight today 90. 

70SI.5 Slii'cps'il 1 1-16 1:17,? fast ;>0 92 P( 5 6 6 7 6' Sumter Grapple. ,St. Joseiili. Phil Finch. 

707.53 Em.City 1 1:40? last 7 liK) 3 3 3 .5 5® 4“J Liebert Pretension, Fiinieulairo. Polly Prim 

70661 Em.City lml0Oyl:49? hvy 2J 103 3 4 4 3 7 7='JSumter Clements, Sam Rice, Taunt. 

7fK)07 Em.City 1 1-16 1:47 fast 3-6 97 2 2 2 2 16 I'J Sumter Javanese, McHvain, Rolla. 

CAMPAIGNER, b o. 3, by Gerolstein — Supporter (O, L. Richards). 

TO!i2l (See .Slieepsliead Bay eliart in lids paper). 

70.580 .Saratoga 11:10 fast 30 100 4 5 7 7 9 9»J AVest FancyBird. D’Arkle, SirTmldingtoi, 

70 . 50 s Saratoga 1 3-16 2:oo fast 60 ;k) 5 6 6 6 6 6*J Engl’der Keniivetto. Teniaceo Dasliawav 

70491 .Saratoga 1 1:39* fast 100 111 6 8 10 9 9 9"JEngl’d('r Zipango. Jersey Lady, Pr. Hampton. 

TUNE TIME, b. f, 3, by Wax — Therma (Pasadena Stable). Weight today 105 

70788 Ft Erie 11:16* hvy 5 81 :5 5 5 4 4'" 4®J J Miirpliy Toddies. Bye Bye II.. Dele Strome 

707.>:5 Ft Erie 1 1 16 1:46? fast 3 87 7 5 5 4 5® 5®J E .Martin Diuilit. Dutch Pete, IiidiiMleii 

7(K!69 I-h: Erie 1 1-8 1 :,53* fast 4 96 7 1 1 1 1® S'.Jas Hogg DeleStrome. LittIe.Boot. Perfeetor 

706:52 Ft Erie 1 1:39* fast 6 98 1 2 2 1 1® 1® J Murphy Hartiug, Sallie Siifer, Little Boot. 

DEKABER, ch. m. 7, by Pirate of Perzance — December (J. H. Warren). -Weight today 101 

70319 Brighton 1 1- 2 2::i2* fast :’4l I03 I 5 3 9 9® S'® Notter Rariile II., Flaviguv. Palette. 

0181 Brighton B. 1 1-16 l:4(i fast 91 11 11 11 11 86 6®J AV Burns Red fx-af. Tipping. ‘King Cole. 

01, 13 fast 107 10 11 11 9 8* 8‘* Onley Ivanhoe, X.ancastrian, Flimnap. 



Weight today 90. 



69655 Sheci>. Bay 



SIXTH RAGE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Maidens. Special Weights. (.’5.512S — l;(Ki?— 2 — 114.) 

Index Course DistTimeT’ekOdds AA’t St ’/4 */k StrFin Jockeys Best Company. 

MISS NORFOLK, hr. f, 2, by Watercress — Empress of Norfolk (W. B. Jennings). Weight today 107. 

^ C06* fast 10 114 12 6 5 46 4®i R I.a)we Alf.Noble, Rosimiro, Countermand 



69961 Sheep. Ba.v 
69885 Sheep. Bay 



5-8 1:01* fast 107 11 
6 1-2 f 1 :06* fast 112 9 



KING’S PLATE, hr. g, 2, by Sandringham — Xela (H. P. AVhitney). a 

70859 Sheeps’ll 5J f 1 :06* fast 6 ill 8 5 6 51 5® ..Notter .Vlf..V<ilde 

70374 Saratoga 5J f 1:07 fast 10 109 5 6 6 45 4’ Garner Aimee C. 



6.9084 Belmont Pk 4 1-2 f 52 fast 109 S 



9 8 8* 5*J Sandy Megg’sHlll, Half Sovereign, Fancgr. 

8 8 7* 7'® W Knapp Spooner, Nimbus, Halket. 

Weight tedoj^ 107. 
Rosimiro. CoiiTiti'Trnand 
. Red Bonnet. Onatassa. 

8 8J 8*J C Koerner Cohort, Beaucxiup, Uncle. 



ROSIMIRO, ch. 0, 2, by Pontiac — Nil Desperandum (W. T. Ryan). Weight today 110 

708.59 .Sheeps’d .5J f 1 :06* fast 8 117 3 2 2 2® 2® W Doyle Alf.Noble. Countermand, M. Norfolk 

iOR43 Brighton 5J f 1:07* fast 11-5 110 4 2 2 IJ 2J Railtke ‘ Gqw.in, Desirous. Alex Grant 

70305 Brighton 5 1-2 1:06? fast 10 PJO, 5 1 1. IV 2»» C Booker Jrfbflee, Tartar .Afaid, Woodline. 

EARL’S COURT, b. c. 2. by Kingston — Dominoes (J. R. Keene). Weight today 110 

5J f 1 :(«!? fast 8 107 6 7 7 7"« 7'* W Miller Heknow.s, HalfSovereign. LiveWire 

3-4 1:13? slop 101 1 1 1 26 2®J W Miller LiveWire, Jubilee. Countermand. 

S’ 5 1-2 f 1:06? fast 102 1 3 2 2® 2« W Miller Nimbus, KeepMoving, MissDelancy. 

70243 Brighton B. 3-4 1:14 fast 107 4 4 4 46 4«J W Miller FalrPlay. Royal V^e. Home Again. 

FULTONAHLLE, b. c. 2. by Chuctannnda — Princess Monmouth (J. Sanford). Weight today 110 

pipKi Saratoga 3-4 l:lt fast 4 lot 1 3 3 2J ;!' Garner Beaneoiip. Faleaila. T. by Courtesy 

4iH>i... .-.aratoga 3 t 1:1;, hvy 60 112 . 4 4 4J 4"JHorner Rest iguiielie, JiuiGaffaey, FaliA’IaV. 

,0:i81 sSaatiiga ;>J f 1:07 fast 15 lu2 :5 2 2 2“ 2* Beekiiiiin Ben Fleet, Monopolist, lieknowe.' 

lO.iO.i .Saratoga ::-4 1 :13? fast 15 I20 :! 4 4 5“J Notter .Antaeus, .Aleeilek, King Cobalt. 

ORIFLAMB, b. c. 2, by Orsini — Scintillate (R. F. Carman). Weight today 110. 

-I,'!''?! *■ ' G Burns Snngleam. Banridu. Orcagna 

I 5-8 1:01* fast 102 8 8 8 8'® 8®» R Low-e Spooner, Beckon. Monopolist. 

J 68681 Belmont Pk 5-8 1:04* mud 117 3 3 3 5* 5* C H Sbli’g Smoker, Sanguine, Alaudn, , ' 



DJLILY RACTXG FORM. 



SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,’ 1907 



ZAGG. b. c. 2. by Griffon — Gurgle (W. Gerstl, Weight today 110. 

702r(() Mrigblon I!, r. I f 1 :i«i( fast lO-’ r. r. 4 l- \V VViylo CasIliMvood. r.!irl Tartar Maiil. 

TttOfil Priphtoii B. 5 1 - f ItWii fast lo" 5 4 I 4i :t" M 1‘reslon K<'.n.\l..vlii«, Tli<Si|uin'. I'.flKvrllicr 

6 »!>i<S Slioi'ii. Hay f. 1 2 f l:0ii last IfJ S f. li r.‘ 4“' M ITisloii Nimluia, Jim tiuniiry, l.mij; Ball.* 

SXTKEY’S SON, b. c, 2, by O. W. Joluiaon — Sukey (M. Kaliski). Weight today 110. 

70137 Brightim B. 3-1 1:14* fast K*;. 1 1 1 <n- 7“ Brussel Sanguine. Youthful. Fresli. 

70090 Brighton B. 3-4 1:14 good 110 1 2 2 8i* 8“ W Knapp Number One, Sir Cleges, Hessian.. 

69838 Sheep. Bay 5 1-2 f l:08i fast 108 18 18 17 17 17“ C H Shlll’gBr’geWhlst, Herbie, GloriousBetsy. 



WALDORF, b. g. 2, bv Star Shoot — Alpena (P. J. Dwyer). 

70Sa9 .Sheeps’ll .'.i f 1 lOOit fast .'.O lit 11 20 ’20 20 20 .los llogg 

INGRAHAM, hr. g. 2. by Inspector B. — Hue (J. S. Hoy). 

70S34 Sli(s.‘ps’(l at f 1:07 good (10 104 12 la 13 1:! 10 t’ Morris 

70712 Km.t'itv 5.1 f 1 :07J Last 12 lOS 1 1 2 2.1 3‘- Higgins 

7(Ki7« Km.City 5-8 1 :02* good 40 112 3 2 2 21 2» Diggins 

CALL BOY, br. c, 2, by Plaudit — Imp (J, E. Madden). 

70.S.59 .Sheeii.s’d f 1 :oojt fust 20 ll.i:i l:i i:i i:t 14 K IMigaii 

70020 .Saratoga 3-4 1:17 hvy 15 10.5 8 12 12 10 10“ 11 Dugan 

70581 Saratoga 51 f 1:07 fast 30 102 9 8 8 8' 7“JBnissel 

COLGATE, br. c, 2, by Giganteum — Oppoponax (Oaklawn Stable). 

7OS40 Sheeps'll 3-4 1:15 fast KXl 100 12 12 12 12 12 T riuiiullerU..Voeount, Bellwether. 

WINNING STAR. ch. f. 2. by Star Shoot — Winsome III. (W. Clay). ■\\’'eight today 107. 

7(.5fii: Saratoga 51 f 1074 fast 30 107 7 7 5 f.i‘ 11 IV .Meiii’neD.St.Tfford, C..T. Celia, .MissDetaney. 

7wn sSga 5i f DOS fast 30 112 8 5 7 7 11“ W McIn’ re Big Chief. Doily Watts, Bellwether. 

COSMOPOLITAN, b. c, 2. by Woolsthorpe — Kosmo (Newcastle Stable), Weight today 110. 

first start. 



Weight today 107. 
.Vlf.Xolile. Uosimiru, Counlermanil 
Weight today 107. 
•Irasee. Miss Delaney. Suugieam. 
Cyiiihai, N”Im|iorte. New Carter. 
Hollister, N’lmporte, Enticing. 

Weight today 110. 
.\ir. Xolile, Itosimiro. Ciiiintennand 
MissDelaney, C.J. Celia, Darknlght. 
Bell Fleet, Fultonviile. Monoiiollst. 

■Weight today 107. 

J.B.D.rady. 



SEVENTH RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Maidens 



Inilex I'ourse 
MILFORD, b. 
7oS!(.. Sheeps'll 
7o.'4ii: Saratoga 
7('409 .Saratoga 



DistTiiu. T'ekOiMs Wt St '4 =4 i’^trFin 

o, 2, by Falsetto — Florite (G. J. Long). 



Special Weights. 
Jiiekeys 



Ck'iCJS l:(Hi; ’2—114.1 



Best (' 



impany. 

Weight today 110. 

.... f 1:071 liv> 15 107 I 2 2 2'‘ 2'' C H Sliil’gC.ililipiest. < Ihioiiis. lliioalaya. 

5t f l:ii74 fast 50 llo 15 15 14 14 1:1 ’I’lii.xler D.StafTord. C.J. Celia. MissDelaney. 

3-11:14 fast 60 109 9 8 8 8* S''l Troxler Long Ball, Kara Avis, Smirker. 

ALEX GRANT, b. o, 2. by Himya r — Katie Longfellow (W. W. Darden). 'Weight today 110. 

51 (■ ] ;ii7i hvy (! 102 :i 0 ^ s 7' Sumter Suiigleam, iinllaiiili. Baorula. 

(■ I'noi’ fa.st 15 117 11 S 7 O' •■|■■’ W Koapp .\ir.Xohlo. Itosimiro. Couiiteriiiami 

Cowan, Koslmlro, Desirous. 

Juliilee. Kosiiiiiro, Tartar .Maid. 



Horner 

Finn 

Mountain 



N’IMPORTE. br. 

7o.s;tii .shi i'ps'il 
70712 Kiii.i’ity 
70070 Fiii.i''ity 



Weight today 107. 
Faney. Adriana. Half Sovereign. 
l'oiii|iiet. Explosion. Imitaliir. 
Hareonrt, Huek, St. llario. 

Weight today 110. 
Cowan. Itosimiro. Desirous, 
lleknows, HalfSovereigii, LiveWire 
Biiele, Juliilee, IViKidlaue. 

Weight today 110. 
.Vtr.Nohle. Kosimiro. riiiiiileriiiaiid 
I,. D. Dalev. J. calTiiey. Desinois. 
LiveWire, Kcstigouclie, Sir Cleges. 

Weight today 107. 
Suugieam. Itriliamh. Baiirida. 
Cvnihal. lugraliam. Now Carter. 
Hollister, Ingraham, Enticing. 



70S^‘ SlitM psM 

70::43 Brighton 5.4 f l:07i fast 20 110 S S 0 5' 4'.4 F Diuraii 

70305 Brighton 5 1-2 1:00J fa.st 15 103 4 4 C f.i 6-’i W .Miller 

GOLDFINN, b. f, 2, hv Gold Heels — Wings (T. Collins). 

70105 Brigliton B. 5 1 2 f 1 ;00j fast lo;i 7 7 8 s 7^4 W Knapi) 

r,;iil!il Shee|i. Bav 5 12 f I ;o7 fast llo 4 0 7 7' 8". Bayimr 

6:i:’.47 (iravesend 5 1-2 f 1:07* fast 106 4 5 6 5 ‘ 3-4 Mountain 

ROLANDO, b. o. 2. by Altamax — Ella Boland (T. Fitzgerald). 

7u:’.4:; Briglitiiii .54 f 1 :o7), fast '20 llo !i pi ]o -|. !i'.' J Ji.ln.son 

7o:!20 Brighton 7i4 f 1 :im 1» fast 30 I07 8 8 8 S 0“ .dusgr ve 

702.53 Brighton B. '5 12 f 1:064. fast 107 2 3 5 5> C"4 Brussel 

RAMPAGE, ch. c. 2. by Ramapo — Magliana (T. L. Watt) 

708.59 Sheeps'll 54 f I :iiil fast ;,o II! 17 

70775 Sheeps'll 5 S 1:(H) mud 100 115 11 

H90S7 Sheep. Bay 5 1-2 f — fast 115 — 

•f, 2. by Terrifier — Mica (E. M. Phillips). 

54 f 1:071 h\v JO 99 10 11 n 10 11 F Swain 

5.4 f 1 :07i’ fast 15 lu7 2 :! 3 :i- S- llarly 

5-8 1 :ij2e good 20 112 1 4 4 4* 3‘4 Harly 

GOLDEN BUCKLE, ch. f, 2, by Golden Garter — Bavassa (J. G. Oxnard). Weight today 10<. 

(••5111 Ci-iveseiul 5 8 I o2» Iasi 109 9 9 9 9'- O^ Sandy \\ ild.star. Dixon Belle. (.reatDame. 

CI37(; (Iriive'seiiil 5-8 1:01' fast ]ii7 3 6 6 64 *<’ Sandy Xlegg'sllill, Fancy. Half Sovereign. 

69219 Gravesend 5-8 l;01g slow 102 10 8 9 10 10“4M Pre.ston N’lUasulga, G.Kiissell. Q.Margiie te. 

Weight today 110. 
giiine. .Manila. 

S 1:02 .slow 107 4 4 4 4 4’’ M I’reslim .Sweet-taire, Alaiida. Tlie Dane. 

-Varnish (Palestine Stable). Weight today 110. 

J- I :m;i last 20 117 0 7 8 11 l.i Kadike .Vll’.Xulile. Ku.siiiiiro. ('iiooleriiiami 

S-s'^l OOg fast 118 12 12 12 12 12“ J Johnson Faleada, Hollister, Moeliek. 

69;U4 Craveseml 5-S l;01i fast 100 10 1 0 10 9i S*i Jno Hen’syZieplien, 

LATONA. b. f, 2, by Sain — El Salado (B. Schreiber). 

70859 Sheeps'll 54 f 1 :oi:4 fast I'KI 11119 18 18 18 

7069:: Saratoga 54 f 1:08 fast 60 108 7 9 9 9 

DE KALB. b. c, 2. by Griffon — Last Ban (J. F. Carroll). 

70871 Shi ep.s'd 7 8 1:25 fast 40 I02 s 8 8 n n 8 K l.uv. 

GEORGE DEGG, br. c, 2, by Pontiac — Hopeful (M. L. Freeman) 

70X95 Shi eps'il 54 (■ 1:07.'. hvy loO luT i:: 16 I'j "■ lll■•■l.■ 

7o:'i59 Sheep.-i'd 54 f 1 :0i»s last 10(i lli 18 1, l.i 

6S2C6 Aqueduct 4 1-2 f 54i fast 97 11 11 

SCOTTSDALE, ch. c, 2, hv Crighton — Rosy Cross (Seminole Stable) 

7084C. Shei p.s'il :: I 1:15 fast 100 112 9 II II 10 i" llarly 

70SIO Shi-ep.s'd ,54 r 1 :uxa mud lOO 117 11 II II B H Harr.\ 

6996t Sheep. Bay ' 5 1-2 f l:08i fast 99 12 11 11 11' 11“ Musgr’ve 

ROSE WHITE, cli. f, 2. by Jim Gore — Edna Gerry 
I'ilst Sl.lll. 



DORANTE. b. c, 2, by Pessara — Lady Augusta (F. A. Forsythe). 

i;868L Belmont Dk .5-8 1 ;(M; mud 1 17 I 5 5 4' F Hi'nier Smoker Sang 



6x62.5 .lamaiea 
NORBITT, b. c, 2. by Inspector B. 

70859 Sheeps'll 
6'J695 Sheep. Bay 



18 A Brown 
7*4 Brussel 



lliirle; 

12 10 Hurley 
11> 11“ C Brady 



Bolando, Miss Angle. 

Weight today 107. 
.Mf.Xolile. Kosiiniro. Couiitermanil 
Mystilier, Miramar, Imitator. 

Weight today 110. 
i:iui..\eeoiint. M.Kiihert. Amiindsen 
Weight today 110. 
Ciililipiesl. Mill'oril, CIi.uiiis. 
.Mf.Xolile. Kosimiro. Coiinleriiianil 
Kusile. Evelyn C.. Trey of Spades. 

, W'eight today 110. 

K. .\eixmiit. Bellwether. .T.l’..Brad.v. 
l alcada. Five Wire. Ben Fleet. 
Jee.Nealon, BlaekMary, Clor.Betsy. 

W’eiglit today 107. 



Toronto Entries and Past Performances for Monday, September 16. 



W^EATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. 
FIRST RACE 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. (|■.2.■ 



PI— 1:114 1 Ml.) 



Index Course DistTinieT’ckOdds Wt St >4 % % StrFln Jockeys Best Comi..any. 

MERRY ENGLAND, ch, h, 7, by St. George — Weknowit (J. E. Seagram). Weight today 113. 

70!I2'.I iSee roruiilii eliarl in tliis iiaper). i i 1 1 1 i || <• ,. . 

7II6XX v-iraliiira :: 4 1:122 fast 15 10«. 7 8 8 li'i i- < .nlilslem Daiiiiseara. Jaek Alkm. J. (. (me. 

7ur->4 V-irutoiri 3 4 11111 fast 15 122 3 8 8 9 9, K .MeDan’l Ba I .Mastersoii, Jaek.Mkiii. Berwiek. 

70..„4 .-xar.Uog.i ^ VlTj! fast 125 5 5 5 5 * 4» K Mei.air.Baiiti.ulle. Breen. Sir Edward. 

Weight today 113. 






AVAITNTEKR (forrnftrly Callaghan) ch. h, 5, by Borgia— Fngea (M. Kicol). Weight today 

71)183 run'ahi ' T 1-2' fl 07 fast 109 6 6 4 4i-k 6-4 Nieol Dantontle. Anna May. Denrliyn 

70174 Buffalo 3-4 l:l'2g fast 111 3 4 4 44 4* Nieol Koyal Daily, Lotus Eater Splon. 

6974S Windsor 3 4 l:lii hvy 1U8 1 2 3 3’"' 3"'.4Kiiiiz Dr. .Mack. Char. Faslmai;. Humorlsu 

GABRIELLE. b. f. 4. by Woolsthorpe — May Kennedy (J. J. Walsh). 'Weight today xlO. 

-ii-iii \i..tiii-i..il •: 4 I r: fast 3'. l"9 4 '■> |'“ •' Komner Kolhek. Cirl. Sir Fdoard, Bai.Box. 

M"""'|il .. Fill 1.1 - Bellsnleker, Cock Sure. K. and True 



70160 Buffalo 5 1-2 f l:06i fast 102 1 1 1 1“ 1* J Lee 

69<J32 Buffalo 5-8 1:00* fast 115 3 11 3h 3’i A Brown .M..vinmii II., .Med'some Boy. (.lies 

EARL ROGERS b <i. 4, bv Sam — Sister to Uncle Bob (W. Walker > Weight today 113. 

'^^ MimVn.al IBlj'gm.dl O’., :: 4 5 5 5 I ycurgns uri.i.i.nlc’Mtiglil. Ilo8. ''o^iog 

7078’ .Molilrcul 11:41.? slop 4 I'Hi 6 -i 5 I’, O' ' S Icsmger Scliro. .Midway. I.llall. .MaisUi. 

707:1.5 km. City lmlCHiyl;47E idst 8-5 105 .. 4 4 4 7^ 7“ .Miisgr’vc St. .loscpii. Taiuit. Clements. 

BCARFELL b. h. 6. by Shapfell — Blanche of Devan (WT. H. Mosby). Weight today 115. 

7II8’I7 .Monlri’al 3 11:20 slop 10 Iu.5 :: :: 3 :: ::V4 .1 Mcr'rlh., I’l.i ooii. Lee Harrison II. 

l.■<46■; ilamilton 11:11?. fast 3 I03 111 1 14 ’Ji .1 MeC’rthy. Martin Doyle. Euripides. 

6'9::63 Hamilton 3 4 1:14? fast 7-10 101 2 1 1 D l"k J MeC rthyl.a |••,ll•elle. ’! emu , ■rain . 

Weight today 110. 
• irmoiule'sKiglil . Dosing. Daiiloulli . 
Kolliek.Cii'L SirFilw .aril. Col. Jai-U. 
14 1* J .McC’rlhy Keilomlo. Deiiigre, Kelieent. 

(R. Davies). Weight teday 105. 

-t 5' 6 - .1 Johnson B. Kean. The Lnglislin.a n. Kiiiioha 

7 7 7“ J Foley Caper Sauce. Kelvin, The Clolie. 

6 7- 7“ J Foley Avamiteer, Fllieott, Gracchus. 

Weight today 105. 
1.. I larrisonl L. D.D.roliis, Koy.Onyx 
r. .\,lsiim. S. Bel iiard. Lyniliiiirsi . 
M.DiizzIe, Selir. Midway, All.Milaze. 

Weight today 101. 

iriim. 



iiiLninM'ii •> t • *■1’ . 

BALLOT BOX, b. f 4, by Voter— Belle of Maywood (T. Lloyuj 

70863 Monlreal I 1:12 1 3 95 1 2 2 2 2' 2'' Goldsleni 

70760 Montreal 311:13 last 12 loo 6 5 5 4‘ik J'i \ D-wms 



70760 ^ 

7ih;I 2 h't Erie 7 8 1:2'7J good 3 11:: 2 11 

LOUPANIA, ch. m, 6, by Kapangacolt — Lou D. 

r X I :2 i'. 5 lasi In.x 6 1 1 

1 1:43 fast no 2 2 4 

3 4 1:i::Elast lo9 2 7 



69120 .Mimlii al 
69o;i7 Toroiil 
6889,; Toronto 



DOG ROSE, br. g, 3. by Plaudit— The Rose (T. Hitchcock. Jr.) 



708:;,; .Monlieal 
(;;,.575 I’.uff'alo 
t;9;;60 Monlreal 



I 1:16-'. hvy 12 H'2 

1 1:46 slop 2 108 

1 l:42i fa.st 113 



1 1 



Coleman 
1' T- Nieol 
1’ li Diggins 



LOUISANNE, ch f, 3, by The Commoner — Mountain Mist (A. Brown). Weight today 

7in',45 I'l Erie 3 I 1:H fast loo 98 2 3 8 114 II'" Maliii D.yeByelL, Sadie, lay, M.Ces 



68210 City Dark 3 4 1:14? fa.st lo7 11 

68110 I’ily Bark 5 1 2 f 1:08 fast 107 10 

I.EIHAND, h. c. 3, by Handsel— Elzarra. 
i list slail. 



i:; 12 12-'’I’2'-1!.B Davis 
10 10 10- lo">4T Taylor 



VoliiHime, Hyperliole. Me.Mlister. 
Sagapanak, l>. Dinieaii. Solly M. 

W'eight today 103. 



SECOND RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Selling. (iltsiC. I :ii<;.l 2-1U3.) 



DisITimeT’ekOil.ls Wt ,St li -i Strl-'in .Tockeys Best I’ompany. 

kfwITCHED b. f. 2 by Fraukfor t — Greenwich (Mrs. C. E. Mahone). Weight today 100. 

’ .-,.1 r i;ofb last 8 5 I0„ :; 2 2 2^ D J McC’rthy I’ailrmie. Latliee, Itrlamlm. 

54 f 1 :o5? fast 6 In;; 7 112'' !>• J .MeC’rlliy Freseali, Teriih. Tom Shaw. 

54 f l;oSg hvy 10 105 7 2 3 3* I’l V Dowers (’allierineF.. (’hiefDesmond. .Mnliore 

B 2 by Masetto— Maltese Cross (E. S. Gardner) W^e.ght today 105. 

54 f 1 :OiiE mud 4 li'2 2 6 4 .3ii I'lk .Mmeland Ca'heriue 1'., Ciiarila. Somt,ril:i. 

ri.l” f 1 :08/! hvy 5 lin: 9 7 4 6'4 :;i4 Morelaml (’allierineF., (’.Desmond. Itowiteheil 

5-8 1 ioli! fast 10 106 9 8 9 6'‘” I*? A .Martin l..Flkhorn, Ch. Desmond. Cio.Kaggio 

(/ATHERINE r.. h f, 2. by Gallantry — Fashionable (S. T. W*hite). Weight today 104. 

7,1703 Ft Erie 54 f 1 :09? mud 24 llo I 2 2 ink 311:. \- Dowor.s .Moliere. Ciiarila. Smiiliriia. 

7ih;19 FI Erie foS 1 :ol* fast Zj ]04 6 6 4 34 2* Di-lahy .Xiihiirmlale. B. I.ake. Flla Ixmise. 

7or>9:; Ft Erie 54 f BOSg hvy 2i 102 4 111- 1>4 Delahy 

GILES, blk. g, 8. by Fatherless — Niola (A. D. Parr). 

7<i;i;;i, I.See Toronp, eliarl in this paper). 



Index Course 



7o7l8 Kt Eli,- 
70665 li't I'lrie 
7o.>i:i Ft Erie 
MOLIERE. br. 
7ii7o:; Kt Erii- 
70.59:; Ft Erie 
70513 Ft Erie 



LYNDHURST, br. c, 3, by Ogden — Anxious (J. E. Seagram). Weight today 107. 

7117IU Saratoga 1 I ::2' fast in 9.> .1 6 6 1; 6 5 - Cohlslehi Kemiyelto. ’I’miremiiA Zienap. 

7IIII.5.X Buffalo Ini7iK' 1 : l.'l? fa.sl 2 ln6 2 2 2 1 l*-4 1* It MeDan’I'/.ipa iigiq .Meilillixsoin*' Boy. 



7*4 A’hnelum B.G. Lewis. FncleTotiy, L. KotsleriT 
1* Goldstein Insp.Durvis, .My.sMIier. DonOtliirio. 
4' Goldstein Beaiiiioiip, Faleada, Fiiltoiiville. 

(W. H. Soeman). Weight today 104. 



Ft Erie 
707::8 l•''t Erie 
7H700 Ft Erie 



i-s 1 :03ii livy 10 
; f 1 ;07? fast 15 
5-8 1:02? mud 5 



98 



1 

1 1 



ORENA, ch. f, 2 by St. Maxim— -Addie Mills (W. 

70902 Montreal 54 1 1:12 slop 1:1 5 Hi7 1 :i 4 



7''87:; .Montreal 
7ii852 Monlreal 
PAUL PRY, b 
70700 Et Erie 
70,i49 FI Erie 
70,574 Ft Erie' 



nil 



44 f 1 :ii:;= hvy 
5-8 1:05 hvy 2.) 
g. 2. by Ogden — Meddling Mary (T, Monahan). 

5 8 1 :02? mud 4 |o6 8 s x 8' ' .1 .1 Walsh Foiiiti 



69981 Buff alo 1 1 1 2 :ih;? H 9^ ;; 1 1 1 1* 1“ Goldstein Siiiionl) 

RAWKAMA. b. • 3. by Hawkswick^^Ainaranth (P. J. Millett). 

71191:; .Montreal 3 I 1:181; hvy 7-5 984 3 3 2 2"' 1'- \' Dowers 

70875 Montreal 1 1:44? hvy 10 lol 2 11 1 1? 2* V Dowers 

70848 Montreal 1 1:47* hvy 12 102 111 1 1? 2' V Dowers 

TENANCY BY COURTESY, ch. c. 2, by Flanudes — Lady Scarlet (Beverwyck Stable). 
7,l!(:C< I See Toronto chart in this paper). 

70826 Montreal .5-8 1 :0.3? hvy -3i I07 7 7 9 S' 

70764 Montre.al 5J f 1:07? fast 2 1U2 4 3 3 lo 

70709 .Saratoga 3^ 1:14 fast 5 92 6 3 3 4>' 

SALLY PRESTON, b. f, 3. by Canopus— Nell Preston 
7<i!t2!l (Si'e Toronto chart ill this paper). 

70768 Ft Erie 7-8 1:25? fast 2J 93 111 1 1^ 

7IMS6 Ft Erie 54 f 1:07* fast 3-2 103 8 7 6 5= 

70627 Ft Erie 3-4 1:13 fast 8-5 100 2 111* 

SAILOR GIRL, br. f, 3, by The Sailor Prince — Deno (R. Stockton). 

70762 Montreal 1 1-S 1:54 fast 34 I03 111 2 2'' 2* A'buchoii 

70.T15 Brighton 1 1 -16 1 :45? fast 4 99 2 5 4 4 5= 4“4 Beckman 

70258 Brighton B. 1 1-16 1:46* fast lo5 2 2 2 2 2* Ink Beckman 

KELPIE, b. f, 8. by Martimas — Pee Weep (Valley Farm Stable). 

71KI:.;; I See I'oronto chart in this paper). 

703-26 Ft Erie 1 1-16 1:40 fast 11-5 88 7 9 9 

70261 Fort Erie 1 1:41* fast 87 1 1 2 

70224 Fort Erie 1 1-4 2:07? good 107 3 6 8 
lERAH, b. c, 2. by Abe Frank — Charm (G, 

7(I1I2,» (See Toronto chart in this paiicr). 

706115 Ft Erie 54 f 1:1)8* fast 1 11« 1 7 

70610 Ft Erie 54 f 1 ;07? good 8-5 106 4 4 

70478 Ft Erie 3 4 1:13? fast 8-5 87 5 6 

MOONRAKER, b. b, 5. by Morpheus — Mischief Maker (J. Meagher). 

70837 Montreal 1 1-8 2:01 hvy ::-2 126 2 2 2 1 I'A Ink ]> liolaml C.Marlial. 



B. Gay Spanker, M. Darhy 
■Weight today 107, 
Botaiiisl. Koyal Onyx. 

Edwin Gum. Kio Grande. 

K. Grande, Sch. Midway, Or.Uight. 

Weight today 87. 



D A Martin 
4'’i A Martin 
1* A Martin 



9 7'* 7'* Muleahy 

2 Ink 2nk Mulcaliy 
8 S 7'* Moreland 
C. Bennett). 



Daiitnstle. Olilyesa. 

lien Strong. Kedondo, Wehher. 

Grlfteii, Keactloii. Consideration. 

Weight taday 104. 
Faetotum, XellieBiirii. Orm. Kiglit. 
FI Dorado, Neoskaleeta, Lally. 
Easton, Lad of Langden, Fcatnrliia. 

Weight today 99. 

K. Koyal. IC.oftheValley. K. Kiver. 
King'sTrophy, Dosing, Meddle. Boy. 
Cha. Gilbert, Cave.Adsum, Tourenue. 

Weight today 87. 



Moreland 
V Dowers 



Bewitched. Freseali. Tom Shaw. 
Aquiline. Lady Klkhorn. Freseali. 

44 4*4 J .McCrtliy Ch. Fastiiian, Froiiteiiac, TheBelle. 

Weight today 113. 
Kelvin. Scoteli I’ehide. 



3*1 J .MeC’rlliySirFdwaril, DaiiPiiitle. KolIiek.Girl. 
7** Goldstein Solon Shingle, Cigarlighter, Bryan. 

Weight today 94. 



Martin .\iil,urmlale 
I’owers Gilveilear, 
I’owers Bewitelii-d. 



Orlamlot. I.e.v. Lad.v. 
L. C. Wiilrig, .Maxtoii. 
Terali. Tom .Sliaw. 

Weight today 113. 
Weight tod.vy 107. 



70801 Montreal 3-1 1:16* hvv 12 llo :: ;; 3 

64988 Ilamilton 1 1:41 fast 102 8 7 8 8 

TRESCATl. b. t. 8 , by Maaetto — Frogmor* (£. B. Gardner). 

70!i2'.l iSee Toronto chart in this paper). 

70769 Ft I'lrie 5-8 1 :00|.; fast 2 9i; 6 5 4 2‘ik 2i,t F 

707ik5 Ft Erie 3-4 1:15 mud 87-2 lol 4 3 3 3* 2- V 

70065 Ft Erie 5* f 1 :0S* fast 4 lu:; 8 4 3 1>« 2'i V 

BALLOT BOX (See First Race). 

GOLD NOTE, oh. c, 3, by Goldfinch — Vestalis (J. Laxton). 

7(i'.'.':4 (See Toronto chart in tliis pa|,cri. 

7072(1 Ft Erie 1 1 ::2i* fa.st 24 91 5 2 2 3 3= 4'4 G Swain Tmldlcs, Willis Green. Dciiigre. 

7ih;48 Ft Eric 1 1:39* fast 8-5 95 2 2 3 3 .3.4 3' J McC'rlhy Fdgcly, Kathcr Koyal, T.Hldles. 

OLD COLONY, br. f, 3, by Yankee — Cornelia (W. Walker). Weight today 104. 

7o‘:'’.ii Montreal 3 4 1:11:-; good 25 ‘.)5 :; :: 5 x/ !i" '. Lycurgiis fi-HarrisonH.. B,\ cD.yel I.. B.SIroiig 

6911)0 Toronto 1 1-16 1:48* fast 96 3 1 1 2 3i> 5'-’ Bycurgirs Factotum. Tom ixilaii. .\ffiiiitj. 

68999 Toronto 3-4 1:16 fast 1’22 3 4 4 3* 3’J C Morris Skipper, Zelina, X. Capita. 

NEW MOWN HAY, b. ni, 6, by Ben Brush — Red Clover (R. Davies). Weight tod.ay 113. 

i; 91 l.x .Montreal 3-4 1:17 hast i::S 1 6 6 6 5*4 Mr DaviesMidas. I'eler Koiglil. I’aiil (’llfi'ord. 

69174 Montreal 1 1;13 fast 108 3 3 6 0 6 6'- Diggins CiOnnosa. Geo. S. Davis, Goldie. 

68949 Toronto 1 1-16 1;49* fast 118 4 3 1 3 5 5'* J Kelly Dlcarooii, Demon, Factotum. 

FOURTH RACE — 3-4 Mile. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. ((:2.51 Ck — '1:11? — 4 111.) 



Best Comiiany. 

Weight today 119. 
Hogan). Weight today 109. 

21, .1 .McC’rlhySheuaniloali. D.Briilus, J.Kercliev'lc 
a'* J McC’rthyD. Clifford, .MasIi'rLester, Harmakis 
I-*). Di.ggiiis Sheiianil’h. J.Kerchev’e, X.Triimiier 



(ndex Course DlstTimeT’ckOdds Wt St ’.4 V 2 94 StrFin Jockeys 

AVAUNTEER (See First Race). 

FIAT. ch. h, 6, by Knight of the Thistle — Gretna (M 
70880 Montreal 5.4 f 1:12 slop 8 I05 2 1 4 4" 

7oS10 Montreal 3-4 1:17 hvy 4 107 4 5 5 5 

70801 Montreal 7-8 1:31* hvy 2J 110 :: 5 5 5 4* 

HERMAN JOHNSON, ch. c, 4, by Russell — Woodlodge (A. W. Mayhee). Weight today 113 

6V829 Buffalo 54 f l:o5? fast 20 98 2 8 8 8-“ 7“ .1 Sehallor I'. .McGralh, Slic'^away, Galirhdlt'. 

696)8 Buffalo 3 1 1:16* hvy 10 110 4 2 3 3*4 3" C 5lorris CliiefHayes, FICazador, AnnaMuy. 

DEMURRER, ch. g. 9, by Deceiver — Florette (J. H. Clay). 

7i'7.52 Ft Erie 7 8 1:26* fast 20 112 I 4 0 5 5.4 6"i Dehiliv 

T'i7J2 Ft Erie 3 4 1 ii:!.* fast 15 Hit 2 2 2 a'-' 5" Morelainl 

70.537 Ft Erie .54 f 1:10* slop 4 ]0S 2 2 2 2= 1' J holey 

COUSIN KATE, b. f, 4, by Mesmerist— La Cheviot (E. Utterhack). 



Weight today 108. 
S.illie Siller. Bellmeiiee, Xellelte. 
Fdgelv. Hiisted. Kedondo. 
.M.Cesarion, .Moiiere. Consideralioii. 

Weight today 110. 
WelilxT. Sall.r Dreslon, La Soreiere. 
Lizzie.MeLean, I’ra, kless. F.< olliiis. 
Keatriee K., Dosing. Kather Koyal. 

Weight today 106. 

X 1 1 :((•* iast ,10 11*6 4 1 I 1 1.4 7' '4.1 Mnriihj' D.eii Sirolig. Kedeiido. eliher. 

3 1 1:13? last 0 I*il 0 0 7 0"k 0" .Moreiaud Daiii Clifl'orti. Kaliiert. I. a Soreiere. 

5 1 2 f 1:1"? hvy 95 8 SO 0=" 0*'4G Swain Western, Diileinea. Josepliine F. 

ANNIE BERRY, ch. f, 4, by Aloha — Annie L. (J. McLennan). Weight today 101. 

."6ic: l'’t Erie 7 8 1:28 la.st l.i 9-> 8 2 2 •> 6'-’ h' .1 .Mel"rlU,vGraeelnts. Marimlio. Gold Spra.x. 

70124 Wiinlsor 1 1:45* slow 102 5 9 9 8 a'lk I"! R lines Taunt. Joe Fallcrt, Kcveillc. 

70ii51 Vi'imlsor 3 4 fast 97 7 8 8 8'= 7“ Gau.gcl BcnSlillc, Moiicrc, GIcnaMacD.ridc. 

INCORRIGIBLE, ch. f, 4, by Ingoldsby — Maricn H. (E. M. Mitchell). Weight today 111. 

7ii8:t;i .Miiiiireal 5.x 1 :ik;? liv> 2.4 1"2 :: I 0 '5= 1" Fngrd.'i I’.D.ccker. K.ofl lill.xiMiro. I'r. Hill. 

7O20S Buffalo 3-4 1:13 fast 103 II 11 11 11 11'“ W Htiw k'.sHcine, Trackless, Ooiali J. 

08418 Bimlico 5 1 2 f 4:08* gmid 109 11 10 8 94 9'"4('liristiaii Gallant, Kile Dream. Hocus Docus. 



■511 h't Erie 
70161 Ft Erie 
70403 Et Erie 
RIAMESHA II.. 
7'ii:x6 Kt Erie 
70.591 l'’t Erie 
7io;i'.' Windsor 



4 1:13 fast a 106 8 5 5 7 4 S'=.'..l Folev 

3-4 1:13 fust 3 102 4 2 2 3nk7'> Malin 

3-4 1:13* fast 6 ;i4 5 :; 3 8 S'= G Swain 

■ f. 4. by Clifford — Aranza II. (Mrs. J. B. Brannon). 



BIRMINGHAM, 
7'KIXI Buffalo 
6x::61 Bimlico 
(;8::i:i Bimlico 

VENUS, b. f, 4, 

i07x7 El Erie 
7ii615 Ft Frie 
7017S Ft Erie 
FIRE FANG. ch. 
i;;i|57 .Monlreal 
i;:i:; 9 o .Montre.il 
09268 Montreal 
OEPEN, b. g, 4, 

I ",i 7 i: Toi oni'i 
(.x9'.»5 'roronlo 
6 .X 946 Toronto 



5 1 2 f J :08* good 109 11 10 8 94 9'"4(’liristiaii 

h. g, 4, by Samli'ingham — Caebuca (J, O'Neill). 

3- 1 1:16* hvy 95 1 4 3 4* a^iKiiojif 

3-11:20 hvy 105 1 3 4 

7-S 1:29 fast 110 3 2 4 a 

bv Fatherless — Meta Russell (C. 

I 1:17* hvy 10 lo:: :; :: :: 

:;-4 1:It fast 20 107 7 7 

3-1 1:13? fast 25 86 6 4 

f, 4. by Kapanga colt — Fair Flora (R. Davies) 

:: 4 1:14'? fust 107 2 2 2 :;6 4"’ Digging 

; 4 



2ii 3= Knopf 
54 5“1 Knopf 

C. Hall). 



Weight today 103. 
I'ial. Confessor, Wahasli (?in*«‘ii. 
Xo Triniiiier, Kiisl. Gallant. 
Graziailo, (’liippena. Fast Fnd. 

Weight today 101. 
'' .las Hogg Thi D.elle. L.Hi iirietIa, I >. MeKeiiiia 
12 12 12''-’ Jas Hogg D.vell.vel I., SadieGa.v, M.CcsarUiii. 
5 6 5= .1 Sclialler Cli. FasIman, Froiitcnac, ThcBclle. 

Weight today 196. 
.ImIgeDeliton. Xeoileslia. Clif. Forgi'. 
3-4 1:14 fast Iii5 3 4 a 6= 5“ B McDun’IB.ofJessamiiic, J ’.geDciiton, XiOlick. 

5-S 1:0a* hvy 108 7 a 2 3i> 4'i Goldstein Blue Coat, Koyai Lady, Driiicipia. 

by Ingcldsby — Token (A. W. Bryan). Weight today 101. 

:: 4 1:14.4 fa.sl i"2 .S lo lo 10 lii‘-.4M Mitriihy Ballot Box, .Vrli.v \'ao, Tosi*aii. 

3-1 1:11? fast lo7 9 10 10 10= ]0' '=4M Murpliyt ’rest fa lien, Irene A.. Alcgra. 

3 1 1:11 fast 102 12 13 13 11 lli'lC Morris LaGloria. B.of Jessamine. Crestf’ii 



FIFTH RACE — 2 Miles. Steeplechare. 3-year-olds and upward. Allow-anccs. (.57725 Biilil -(’► -111.) 



Index Course DislTimeT’ckOdds Wt St ’4 ”4 StrFin Jockeys 

JOHN DILLON, b. g. 4. by Macea— Merry NeU (Mrs. W. Webb). 
711x77 .Montr. ai I 1 X 2;iio livy 2 lii7 111 I 1' 1‘ V Dowers 

1 l:H?slop 40 1"8 4 1 1 3 3"' 3-'.4 V Dowers 

1 3 -4 3:26* fast 15:1 6 6 5 5 4=® 3'* T Dowers 

5, by Blitzen — Lady Greenway (J. W. Ryan). 

2 1:16? hvv 6 5 1.52 4 4 4 3 2-’ 2‘ T itae 

14:: 5 4 2 2 2'* 2= T Kae 
139 6 5 5 4 2“ 2* T Kae 



Ti'Sli) M'liitreal 
699-14 l.atoiiia 
8UTWELL, ch. 

7ii!il2 M'liitri'Ul 
70812 Montreal Ah 2J 5:38* slop 2 
7071:3 Monlreal Ali 24 a;2i) fast D2 



Ail 



PICKTIME. h. h. 8, by Pickpocket — Fast Time (A. L 
6;i;i76 Wim:s.-r I ( l: :i la.si 157 1 I 5 5 ., 

69462 Hamilton .U>2 1-11:H fast 1.56 4 4 4 4 4 

6:i::::3 Hamilton Ali 2 1-4 4 ::9.l fast H9: 4 3 5 4 3‘ 

BILBERRY, b. g, 6, by Billetto — Bayberry (M. Delorey). 

71,812 Moiitn al .U, 24 5:38* slop 5 Hi :: 5 5 Kcfiised. Simpson 
702lf.l Buffaio All 2 4:04 fast 143 7 3 I 2 2“ 1= Kae 

7U006 Buffalo Ah 2 4:01* fa.st 147 4 4 3 3 2'® 2* Demh’ton 

CARDIGAN, b. g. 8. by Bel Demon ia— Crimea (H. Flippen). 

T-i’.kKi .M. nil real .\l>2 4;22 sh>p 8 15s 4 

70X61 Montreal .\h 2 4;IHi good 9 5 152 2 

7076:: .Montre.al Ah 24 5:20 fast 3 i::9 4 : 



Best Company. 

Weight today 145. 
Kip Kap. Wise Haml. Furore. 
r.ilwiiiGiim, Orm.Kiglit, D.lue Buck. 
CiassLcader, D. Vinegar. Dellly*'alli. 

Weight today 152. 
GnI.I Kun. I.esterl.. Haymun. .\riaii 
Diinlieatli. Bold Kiiii. Steve Lane. 
Diilcian, Cardi.gan, DiinlK'atli. 

Weight today 16’C. 
.M.iozano, T’m-lllicMcre. I’.. Holiil.iy. 
Gipsaiio. Jiiilge Carter. Dawson. 
D.iwsoii, I’.illierr.v. Kara. 

Weight today 147. 
Diinliealli. Butweil, Gold Kuo. 
Dunlieath, Calooraliat’e, Kuasell.V. 
.M. .Maker, Kussell A., Kiimshaw. 

Weight today 160. 
Diomer. The Chef. .Merry .Maker. 

4 4=“ I’l S McClain T.i’hef, Kno!,li’pton..L<l.Cavanagii. 

2 3= 3'® S McClain Dnlcian, Butweil, Diinlieatli. 



Poole). 

5 I’.iazil 
4 Dayton 
3= Dayttiii 



.Ml flail 



Cliief liesmond. Moliere, I’ewitelual 
Weight today 100. 



I'-’ 2'’ .Fas Hogg I'inkola. IVliiskD.riHim, Keteinonike 
1= 1'-' V I'ouers L.FIkltoni, Host ilcHyplien, Saltram 
3"k 4'4 .las Hogg Fonile, 'I’niro, Our Boy 
O. Joplin). Weight today 95. 

4 4' C Keenier Tom Sliaw, Fmma G.. Oriilia. 

2= 2' C KiHTiier Fmma G., Vista. Donna Moliile. 
3'" 2* C KiK-rnerGuarila. Lon. ItiHMlerer, BlackMask. 

Weight today 105. 
Truro, oiir Bo.v 



Anliiinidale, Catlier. I’.. I.indal.ake. 
L. Balilnr, .M. .Misire, Duiyon Lark. 

Weight today 105. 
.Inlmrmlale. I’resca' i, Orlamlot. 
Merry .Man, Merrimac, Wisilspun. 

Weight today 106 



8 1:01? fast 5 90 12 12 12 11= 11'= Gauge! 

8 1:01* fast 2J 98 :: 4 4' .5=4 Gail.gel 

LEXINGTON LADY. b. f, 2, 'by Handsel — Ting Yuen (M. Nieol). 

70769 Ft Erie 5 8 1 :00* last 3 I":: :: 2 :: > 4= .1 I.ec 

70OSO Buffalo 5-8 1:04 hvy 109 3 1 2 2= 1* Nicifl 

DON OTTARIO. ch. g. 2. by St. Lecnards II. — Anna Daly (Mrs. L. A. Living.ston) 

7<I1»::p (See Toronlo ehari in Iliis iiaper). 

70764 Montreal 54 f 1:07? fa.st 20 94 5 2 2 2'4 4=4 Fii,gl’der T.iiyt’oniTe.sy, In.Dnrvis, Mystilier. 

GAGA. b. g, 2, by Lissak — Combination (J, W. Blalock). Weight today 104. 

708!i9 .Monti’i'al .5-8 1 ;07* sin], 2'J 1"7 :’. 1 1 1' 2' .1 Deiiiiison .\ilriaii. Giovanni K.iggio, .\lliia. 

70s'2« Montreal 5-S 1:04 hvy 4' loS 2 12 3* 3=1 Miisgr’ve Oroha. .Tavotte, Fonite. 

70790 Montreal 5-S 1:02* slop 4 108 2 2 2 2'4 2* Mnsgr’ve 

TRURO, ch. g, 2, by Atheling — Princess Blandina (A. G. Weston). 

707S9 Ft Erie 5-8 I :o:;g hvy 4 9:’. 2 3 4 6= 6®4 K .Martin 

70701) Ft Erie 5-8 1 :02? mud 9 5 Hk: 4 2 1 l"k 2J .Moreland 

7iHi16 Ft Frie 5-8 1:01? fast--4 102 5 4 2 24 3= F Martin 



THE CHEF, b. g, 4. by Mazagan— Cook (J. W. Ryan). Weight today 145. 

70910 Monlreal .\li 2 1:22 slop 9 5 112 :: 2 1 1 :: 3= T ILie Cariligan. I’ioiieer. .Merry Maker. 

.0861 Montreal .\li 2 Bin: goods 142 4 1 :: 3’ P T Kae K nolili’iilon, .T.G.Cavan’li. Cardigan 

7"825 Monlreal Ali 2 1:12 hvy 3 132 3 2 5 5 5 5 T Kae l:.Mnr|>liy. Hally, -’t le, T.G.Cav’gli. 

LIGHTS OUT, ch. g, 6. by Pirate of Penzance — Gleam (J. Johnston). Weight today 160. 

70871 -Montreal .\h2 4:1l hv.v 6 1.5:: :; 2 2 2 2' 2' F Hei.ier D.iiekman. MerryMaker. .Vre.Cirele. 

708::8 Montreal Ah 2 4:09* hvy 2 15:: 111 11= 1 ' F Heider MerryMaker, .\rctlcCircIe, Kernel. 

70781 Montreal Ah 2 4:07 slop 6-5 11! 3 11 1 2=“ 2*4 F Heider Kernel, Knohhampton. Ballyc:istlo 

GOLD RUN. b. h. 6. by St. Andrew or Golden Garter — Bundoora (R. J. Laughlin). Weight today 16.5. 
70912 .\I. nitre, il .\i, 2 1:16* livy 3 1.5.7 I ;; 2 2 C 1' Sohell I’n'uell. LeslerL. ! la.vma i|, .Vriaii. 

70S5I Monlreal Ah 2 4:o2 hvy 3* 140 3 -1 5 5 4* 4=" ."toliell Buekm.io, .Merry .Maker, ilimhealli. 

7IW2 Montreal Ah 2.4 5:38* slop S 116 12 1 3 3=" 3= Solsdl Diiiiheatli, Butweil, S*eve Lane. 

’OR MURPHY, b. h, 6, by Grey Friars — Little Pearl (P. Lorillard). Weight today IGO, 

70.SX6 Montreal Ah 2 4:17* slop 4 5 14! 2 2 1 1 1=" 1=' S .Mefhiin Dnnhealli. Twent.v ."thoL 

70825 Montreal Ah 2 1:12 hvy 2 14o 2 4 1 1 1*4 1* Hiieston Ball.vcastle. J.G.Cavanagli, J.Barr. 

64115 Saratoga Ah 21 4:28 fast 15 1.30 6 Bolted. Kelleher Allegiance, llnleora. t’li. Flysees. 

SAM PARMER, eb. g, 8, by Wandering Jew — Lizzie Walton (A. Bailer). Weight today 155. 

70767 Ft Eric S C 3:49 fast 5 i::6 5 4 1 1 2* 3"4 O’Connor LillleWaliy, Tonyllart. Billy Kay. 

7ii7ul Ft Erie .S C 3:.50 mud .3 136 2 2 3 3 2* 2= O’Connor Kiilpli Keese, Tonyllart, Bill.v Kay. 

70i;(i4 Ft Erie S C 3;-17 fast 24 138 1 4 7 7 7 7=*10’('oniior 

JOHN G. CAVANAGH, br. h. 7, by Lord Hartington — Adria (C. J, 

7i'861 .Montreal Ah 2 4:0,1 good 7 152 4 1 1 1 1' :i" W Hcnr.v 

708i5 .Montreal Ah 2 4:12 hvy 3 143 4 1 2 3 3" 3=* W Henry 

61M97 Buffalo Ah 2 4:15 fast 6-5 1.5:: 3 11 2 2= 2'® I'emh’ton 

BANK HOLIDAY, ch. m, 6, by Ben Holladay — Josie Rood (Mrs. G. 

70664 Ft Erie S C 3:17 fa.st 10 1 28 4 Dolled iiii. I'ieree 

70.5.56 Ft Erie F C 4:.50* slow 12 130 4 4 Fell. Pier<2e 

70512 Ft Brie S C 3:46 Last 4 i:!7 1 5 4 3 3®" 3®= Fierce 

BII.L COZIER, b. g. 4. by Aintree — Tufa (H. T. Palmer). 

69177 Ilamilton Ah I* 3:57 hv.v 7 152 4 1 — 1 I’orhicy 

68348 i’imlico .\!> 2 1:17? mud i:;6 1 1 5 7 7 7=* .1 Furd 

FATHER CATCHEM, b. c, 4, by Candleblack— Panquita (A. W. M.iybee). 

70U34 (Sec Toronto eliarl in Hu’s paper). 

21, 7® Kunz 
24 7=4 Malin 
4”t 6®J Malin 
K. Peak). 



C. Desmond, orena, L. Koederer. 

Weight today 100. 
I'inkola. Giles. Wliisk BriHnn. 
Fionite. Our Boy, Giles. 

L.C. Wiilrig, Fonite, Giovan.Kag.gio. 



GREEN DALE, ch. c, 2. by Allan-a-Dale — Mary Greenwood (M. Hutchinson). 



70885 Miiiitreal 


5 8 


l;o5 slop 7 no 


2 


2 :! 


4.'. 


F-.1 J Fill, y 


70I6O Ft Erie 


55 f 


1:08 fast 11-5 106 


0 


6 4 


41 


4*.1 J Foley 


70118 F't Flrie 


5-S 


1:01* fast 6 111 


5 


3 1 


1= 


I'i ,1 F'oley 


TAKBU, b. c. 2 


. by 


Dr. Rice — Ocie Brooks 


(A. 


Turney). 


70353 F't Erie 


5* f 


1:09;-’ good 10 98 


.7 


:: 4 


7* 


7"'1\\' Ott 


70315 F't Flrie 


51 f 1 :09* Lust 5 100 




7 7 


711 


7’’ Lloyd 


70265 F'ort Erie 




5-8 1:02* fast 101 


5 


3 3 


3i 


3'J Lloyd 



KITTY SMITH, br. f, 2, by Jack Point — Miss Kingston (A. Fennell). 

70682 Ft Erie 5-8 1:01* fast a IlHi i; 4 4 4= 3=4 E Marlin 

70665 Ft Erie 54 f 1:08* fast 15 lo;; 3 8 8 8 6*= F Martin 

701:13 Ft Erie 5-8 1 :02* good 30 99 ,j 6 6 5= 3=4 J 

THIRD RACE — 1 Mile. All Ages. Allowances 
Index Course DlstTimeT’ckOdds Wt St V4 % 9i StrFin Jockeys 
COLONEL JACK. b. o. 3, by Pessara — Middy Morgan (Mrs. W. Holland). 
70850 .Monlreal 1 1-S 2:0l hvy In 112 2 2 2 3 3= 3= Coleman 

70814 Montreal 1 1-S 1 :58* slop 7-10 108 1 2 2 2 2=" 2=i Coleman 

• 70760 Montreal 3-1 1:13 fast 15 109 3 6 7 5®'‘ 4= Culeuiuu 



Weight today 98. 
l-ainite. Gnarda. Bantry Ba.v. 
Moliere, Toni Shaw, Don (?. 
-Merrimac, .Moliere, Tniro. 

Weight today 108. 
Balia, Catlierine F.. Fleanor Kay. 
Frescati. Catlierine F.. Kitty Smilli 
Cli.IH'sinoiul, L.C.Widrig, Orlamlot. 

Weight today 100. 
.Mar.gol. LindaLake. Miss Vigilant. 
Bewileiieil. Freseali. Terilll. 
Miirpli.v Aliliacy, Slylil, Grcncsijne. 

Ii’.2i’s'x4 1 ;;fff — I 104. 1 



Best Company. 

Weight today f04. 
Filwin Glim. Marsler. .Sheiiaiiilnali. 
.Marsler, Dick Kedd. 

Kullick. Girl, Sir FdwarU, Bai.Box. 



I’ly.Dlover. LittleWall.v, Kns.seIL\. 
Murray). Weight today 155. 

Tlieflief. Kimliliamplon. Cardigaiu 
B.Miiipli.v. Ball.vcasile, Jack D.an-. 
George Leiper, Tarpon. Kieliard Jr. 
H. Pierce). Weight today 165. 

Kl.v.I’lover, I.itf leWally . lins.sell.'t. 
Manzano. I.nlii Voiing. Dawson. 
Kalpli Keese, Croxton. J. Nolan. 

Weight today 152. 
Knni, Goalfell. Kussell A. 

F. Somers, F. Virginian. ILBaylur. 

Weight today 140. 



ro:t02 Fort Erie 5 1-2 f 1:08? fast loC 1 1 1 

70259 F’ort Erie 5 1 2 f 1:08? fast 109 1 11 

6;h) 95 Toronto 5 1-2 f 1:07* fast 101 5 2 3 

RUSSELL A., ch. h. B, by Russell — Martha (Mrs 
70661 Ft Erie .S I’ ::;I7 fast 10 128 8 6 6 4 4'* 

1O.57.5 F’t Erie 1 1:39 fast 100 lol 6 6 6 6 6 

RUTH’S RATTLER, b. g. 7. by Dundee— Ruth (A. L 
701 F> Buffalo Ah 2 4:04* Last 152 4 5 5 Fell. 

700S1 Buffalo Ah 2 4:09* hvy 149 5 4 4 3 3“ 3“ 

69929 Buffalo Ab 2 4:01 fast 149 7 7 6 4 4 4'^ 

BILLY RAY, b. g, 8, by Lew Weir — Jennie Deane (C. 

70767 Ft Erie .x: C 3:49 fast 7 1:!T 6 2 2 1 5 4* 

70701 FT Erie ,S C 3:,50 mud 10 140 6 5 4 4 3= 4-'’5 Frieker 

!;)8.5ri F-t Erie S C 3:48* fast 6 140 7 6 6 I.ost rider. Hogan 

HAVE-A-CARE, b. m, 5, by Havoc — Homelike (J. E. Seagram). 



Halton. Ken Strong, Cousin Kale. 
Anna Smilli, Keatriee K.. Bazil. 
(iahrielle, Anna Smith. La Gloria. 

Weight today 155. 
F’iy.Dlover. LillleWaliy, M. George. 
Koyal Kiver, 'I'raekles.s. Gold Note. 

Weight today 150. 
Dnlcian, Calooraliatcliee, Bonfire. 
Diinlieatli, .MerryMaker, LightsOiit. 
Kn’lili'mplon, Sliackelf’d, Dr.Keilh 
C. Harbottle). Weight today 155. 

ITiuker LiltlelVally. Tonyllart, S.l’armer. 

Kalpli Keese, S. Danner. Tonyllart. 
Giilistan. Gold Kun. l.nln Yoiing. 

Weight today 142. 



r Kae 
6==ii;einli'dt 
Scott). 

Holman 
5“ Gee 
t>= Gee 



7,iu;::; iSee ’I'oronlo chart in lids paper) 

54ti72 Toronto 1 1-16 1:521 fast 117 111 3 4= 4“1 II PhillipsMaid of Barrie, Sampan, Dileas. 

OHNET, ch. g. 10. by Conrad — Lucy P. (W. Kelly). 

69::9:: llamillon .\t, 2 4:17? fast 10 134 4 5 5 5 4 Refused. G’dcn Caloorahalclice 



69271 Hamilton .\h 21 ; 
.1. .Meagher entry 



:io? fast ::o i::o 2 4 4 
’I’ln' Chef and Butweil. 



Weight today 150 
J. Carter. Bilherry. 



4 Pull. up.HuDiam Diektinie, F'raiikSomers. K.lt.iCler. 



SIXTH RACE — 1 1-lG Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (i!2i>lM>— 1 :4li* — 4 — !)!).) 



Index Course DIslTlmeT’ckOd<ls Wt St *4 % % StrFin Jockeys Best Company. 

AYR WATER, ch. f, 3, by Derwentwater — Splash (Valley Farm Stable). Weight today 109. 

Traekless. J. IV. O’.Xeill. B.izil. 
Taunt, Dele Strome, Nellie Kaeine. 
Haltim, I’Kin Stron.g, Cousin Kate. 

Weight today 125, 



70442 Ft Fine 3 4 1:13* fast 4.1 90 4 1 1 9'i 11'* Muleahy 

703NS F"t Erie 7-S 1 :’J6* fast 5 KNl 2 11 3 11 ll==.l..l Kelly 

7o;:o2 F'ort Erie 5 1 2 f 1:08? fast 90 10 8 5 5J 4=1 Muleahy 

THE GLOBE, br. m. 6. by Courtown — The Duchess (Blair & Leroy). 



7ik:i 1 Ft Flric 
7"49S I''t Flrie 
70431 Ft Erie 



1 1:11 good 3 109 

1 1:39? fast 4 1"( 

1 1:40* fast 11-5 106 



1 4 4 
6 6 



J Foley 
F' Kuril III 



St. .leanne, ImlHHbMi. (’areless. 
Ballot Box. Careless. .Iiipl’er. 



6 5 4 2 1* IJ F Burton Mutabou, Ueveille, Gjold Spray. 



SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1907, 



DAILT T?ACTXf> FORM. 



F&XSfCH HILL, b. f, 4, by Fbaetou — My Maryland (J. Meagher), 

70910 Montreal 3-4 1:30 hvy 8 lo7 1 1 :! ;i' 7*'’J(' K<K‘nnT Wise 



0KE8TFALLEH, b, g. 8, by Foam — Koisy (A. W, Maybee), Weight today 123. 

70428 Ft Kne 1 l:to fast Ij lo3 ,'> j « 7 7 7--JT Steele Ketieeiit. M:ittie 11,. I.iglit Note. 

70404 Ft Erie 1 1 ;4i»| fast 8 101 7 8 lo in 81 S”* .1 Miiiiil>,v Svivaii Belie. I’laftv, Tlie tilobe! 

70342 Ft Erie 11:41 fast 12 103 8 9 9 9 9 9“ XIoreliiiKl Minos, Lord l)i.\oii, ' Azelina. 

Weight today 123. 

_ . Hand. Teiiez. K.oflllllslxiro. 

70839 Montreal 5-8 l;06i hvy 7 97 2 2 3 2» 3‘ J McC’rtli.vlMSecker, K. of Hillsboro. Ineor'glble 

69072 Toronto 3-4 l:15e faat 107 8 7 6 6*J 5* .Malin (lay Uora, Collision. Bilberry. 

SCOTCH PEBBLE, ch. f, 3, by Gold Car — Pibroch (John MA.gher). Weight today 114. 

7u877 Montreal 1 1 S 2:iM hvy 30 ;i7 i; r, r,- 1' brother .hdin Hillon. Kip Itap. Wise Hainl. 

70837 .Muntival 1 I 8 2;<« hvy 40 114 .7 4 4 4 4>= 4'' 'T Kae M.H.iiraker. Coort .Martial, Kelvin. 

70784 Montreal 1 1-8 1:.77 slop 15 93 2 6 5 5 .5=“ Selialler Cotonosa, I’rytaiiia, I’eler Knight. 

WICKLIGHT, ch. g, 4. by Wickham — Lady Liglitfoot II. (Kirkfield Stable). Weight today 123. 

68997 Toronto 1 1 Iti 1 :.'il fast Io7 5 4 .5 5 5'^ 4''4 Kunz Ki-lpie. Bilberry. Hoteh Cirl. 

68803 Toronto 1 1-4 2:12^ fast 119 1 7 7 5 li- 4’ Bullnian Kelvin, Half a Crown, BillK*rry. 

62464 Toronto 1 1-4 2:llji fast 106 4 3 4 3 4‘® 4*i W Doyle Slanghter, Court .Martial, llarnko. 

WALLACE G., b. g. 6, by Wickham — Gretchen E. (J. O’Neill). Weight today 123. 

68921 'I'oronto 3-4 l:l."i fast 107 10 11 11 11’ lo>» K Burton MeddlesomeBoy. 1‘rytania. L.Maek. 

57724 Toronto 5 1-2 f 1:073 fast lOC 7 8 9 9 9’* Steele CiJ< 'anipbell, X'inctides, Termagant 

HALF CASTE, br. g, 3, by Halfling — Mischief Maker (A. Morton). Weight today 100. 

70837 Montreal 1 1-8 2:o4 hvy 40 117 6 6 6 6 <> 6-vi.| Kaim Mtamiaker, Conrt .Martial. Kelvin. 

69072 Toronto 3-4 1:15; fast loS 5 5 5 6“ Egan Gay Dora, Collision, Bilberry. 

CLEAN SWEEP, b. g, 4. by Havoc — Veracious II. (J. Turney). Weight today 123. 

First start. 

SEVENTH RACE — 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling, i<:2.5n: 1:11'. I 111.) 



Index Course DlstTiineT’ckOdds \Vt St H % % SlrFln Jockeys 



Best Coin|)any. 



today 113. 



7n8tin .Mont ri al 
70840 Montreal 



4 1:11? gooii 9 I III 2 

3 4 1:17 hvy 2i lir.i l 



PAUL CLIFFOBJ) Mk. g, 9, by I.issak — Trousseau III. (E. L. Talley). Weight toJ 

70884 Montreal t! 4 I:IT slop .7 1 in J 4 I 4- ::-’l .1 ih'iiiiison/elina. Koval itn.vx. Botanist. 

4 6 68 7'" J DennisonL. Harrison i I ., I!> eByel I.. li. Strong 

1 1 1’ 1’ .1 DennisonXlasterl.esler. Hurinakis. Zelina. 

COCK SURE. ch. g, 4. by Himyar — Vain Glory (W. M. Ryan), Weight today 108. 

7F284 Fort F.rio 3 4 1:14 List Hhi 1 111’ 1’ .1 .Murphv Miss Gaielv. Edgelv, Traekless. 

70160 HuITalo 5 1-2 f 1 :(Xii fast KCI 2 3 3 3* 3’i R McDan’IGahrlelle. Belisiiickcr, Uighl&True. 

7nlSi linlTalo 5 1-2 f I:I0 slow in:! l 2 2 3*4 3’ It .Mchan'IKillieerankie, Fiat, Grafton. . 

JACK KERCHEVILLE, b. g, 4. by Gallantry — Lucky Star II. (W. Walker). Weight today 108. 

7i'88!i .Montreal 51 f 1:12 .slop 5 PC ,'i .7 .3 :i- 4'i I veiirgns .Shenandoah. I'ial. I’rinee lirnliis. 

711828 Montreal 7 8 1 :31? hvy 2 Ml 1 3 2 2 .3“ 3-1 S lesinger I'aul CIllToril. Cloten. Gobi Coin. 

70804 .Moiilnal 7 8 1:31? hvy 2<i 102 5 1 1 2 2* 2’ .S’lesinger Shenandoah, No Trnmiier, Fiat. 

ROYAL LEGEND, ch. m. 5, by Ingoldsby — Royal Una (W. G. K. Dodds). Weight today 108. 

7n76i: i-'t I'lrie :: t fast lii. I07 II 11 In 7- in^i .1 ] taker Ked.indo, GraeeK inihall. Tia.Hnrst. 

70722 K3 Erje 3 4 1:1;!? fast .70 lii.7 9 7 7 61 T’-’i J Baker Kdgely. Hosted. Itedondo. 

7otk!:: h't Erie 7-8 1:28 fast 8 ln4 5 5 4 2 2*' 6* .1 BakiT Graeciins. MariinlHi, Gold Spra.v. 

KARIMBO. blk- «. 4. by Masetto — Romany Sawny (J. Burttaohell). Weight today 101. 

7075.3 I''t Ivrie I 1 16 1 : 16.r fast 12 h.7 il 3 1 2 :!' 4’ J .Mnrjdiv Ikinh*. Hnteh I'eli*. Inihoiieii. 

70701 Ft Erie 1 1 S 1 ;.76i mini 4 lot 3 5 4 I 4"t 4».l E .Martin Willis Green. I.illle liiMd. Jiiiiiter. 

7066.3 h't Erie 7 8 1:28 fast 3 97 1 7 7 6 5’ 2‘ J .Mnrpliy ( Iraei lnis, Gold .spray, .\nnieBerrj- 

LORD DIXON, blk. g, 6. by Sir Dixon — Repeat (D. Buford). Weight today 110. 

7n7;«i Et Erie 1 I::!9:3f.ist 2J hKi 1 2 2 2 2"t 3'' E .Martin Willis Green. TimIiIIis. Eva Clair. 

7of)17 Ft Erie 1116 1:46 fast 10 Phi 2 6 5 3 2* 2"8 .1 .Mnrpliy Crafty, Tmldles. Dele SIronie. 

7<i47;t Ft Erie 1 1-16 1:46? fast 8 lot 6 5 4 5 5’ 5'“ .Malin Katlier Koyal, Faetotnni, (iiianida. 

GARRETT WILSON, b. h, 5, by Chance or Dr. Haabrouck — Locust Bloom (M. M. Hamilton), 

Weight today 109. 

68119 City 1‘ark 3-4 1:13* fast IM 3 12 2'4 4’1 J I,ee Dosing. Wild Irishtnan, Teleseoiie. 

6.7179 Uatonla 6 1-2 f BW* fast 109 1 1 1 I'J 1'4 C II Shill gTIieClansnian. .M’d wlini-ze. I. .Esther 

6.V197 Churehill D 3-4 1:13 fast 109 2 2 2 2" 2'4 C II .Shill gDlatiion. Lady Esther, Ethel Day. 

BONNIE REG. br. g, 6. by Register — Bonnie Lee (J. W. Bialocki Weight today 108. 

7'^i:i Em.Citj’ -\l> 3-4 1:119? fast 2.7 in? 1 in In 1.7 1.7’" i, Willi. iinsWiHwIwileh. .\leni*on. L. IlaiTisenl I. 
7052.! Eni. City linhK'y 1 : 16; fast 10 98 2 3 3 5 5*’ 5-i Pohank.a Civile. D.railen. Onalas. 

70466 Em. City Ab 3-1 1 :094 Lost .30 94 8 9 9 9 8" Musgr've ()nailrille, Gohli>riHif. Haensid. 

AKBAR, br. c, 4. by Atheling — Thistledown (W. Elwood), Weight today 108. 

7o:!47 Brighton :i 1 1:121 fa.sl ;>0 111 6 8 S i'.^ 6") M Mni'iiliv Si*enrily, \'iMirliet‘s. ivsrnlelieon. 

70321 Brighton 3 4 l:i:!g fast 200 123 II 11 II loa 9'1 M Mnrpliy Waniiiie, El Cazailor, Esenteheon. 

COMIC OPERA, br. g, 5. by Esher— La Diva (G. Kluber). Weight today 108. 

70787 Ft Erie 3 1 I:17;2 livy I los s 71 .71 4” Knnz Thel!elle. L. Henrietta. D.MeKenna 

7n392 I«'t Erie 3-4 l:14j( fast 24 ln!t 8 7 8 0'> 6’4 •! Lee New Year, .liggir, MarimlHi. 

6!'46.7 Hamilton 1 1:424 fast 3 101 1 1 1 1 1‘ 4’ Lloyd 8>t. Jeanne, Mrs. Annie, Merlingo. 

MARQUIS DE CARABAS. br. h, 6, by Himyar — Fife (Valiev Farm Stable), Weight today 101. 

70(121 Wind.sor .7 1 2 f 1 :07? fast 99 11 11 II 11 ID’FMuhaliy Itedondo. F. E. Shaw. Arhy Van. 

(;:*92:! Windsor 5 1-2 f 1:074 fast 93 8 9 9 7* 7’’4 Mulcahy L.Gnaril, Awawegang. Diek Kedil. 

GOGGLES, ch. g, 4. by Mizagan — Giajice (W. W. Hamilton). Weight today 106. 

Ii927!l ILimilloii !! I 1:1.74 fast In |H’ 9 || In pi In-. M Mnrpli.i I'rinee Briiliis. .\rhy \ an. iiiiinh .1. 

Lexington Entries and Past Performances for .Monday, September H>. 

WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. 

FIRST RACE — 5-8 Mile. 2-ycar-olils. Selling. ir,21.7il I :i;iB 1n2.) 

Index Course DistTlineT'ckOdds \Vt St 'J '<• *4 StrFin Jockeys Best Comp.any. 

MARION MOORE b. f. 2, by Meadowthorpe — Golden Fleece (W. H. Fizer). Weight toilay 97 

7i'77n Ft Erie If f .74 fast 3 2 93 I I 1 1- B .Marlin .Miekleloii Maid. Faiidaiigo. Bonile. 

7n6S7 h't Erie 5-8 1:014 fast 24 ln.7 1 1 1 14 2" Minder l.altiee. Sallram. Toplofty 

70574 Ft Erie 5-8 1:01? fa.st 24 Ini 1 2 pa 2i>t .Minder l.adyltahinr, D.ay.l.ark, DropSHtch. 

LATTICE, b. f, 2. by Filigrana— Leeway (F. Cook). Weight today 97. 

707711 Et Erie 44 f .71 fast ,7 98 7 S 7- ?' Gang. 1 XIarion.M.Hire. MieK.Maiil. FainI;iiigo 

70718 Ft Erie 54 f 1 :'i7ii last 2 I1NI 7 4 3 3* 3'i Gaiigel Bewilehed. I’adrone, ilrlandot. 

70687 Ft Erie 5-8 1:014 fast 7-10 Unj 3 3 3 3» I" J .Murphy .Mariou .MiM.re, Sallram, Toplofty. 

Weight today 109. 
.\nnt Kose. Cviulial. Hans. 

70.748 Eiii.City 51 f 1 :0S fast 8-5 In7 3 5 .7 6’ i;'-JC || Itelphnelie. G. Colton. 

70467 Etn.('’ity 54 f 1:064 fa.st 7-10 ins 1 1 1 ]h 314 m I'reston .UherlSiar, Inangnration, Blenilier. 

KATHERINE MURPHY, cb. f, 2 by Henry of Navarre— Grove Queen (H. R. Baker). Weight today 100 
VHHiS l.,alonia .7Sl:nl mud ln| 4 1 .7 5’ I'- J'iekeiis Lailv Vie. Hollow. Dailin- Din 

I.99i;i: l.atonhi 5 8 1 :iil 4 fast In? !i 4 6 7’ 4= |••mmlns Hollow. Balia, Ed Kane. 

69740 Latonia 5-8 1;02| good 107 4 1 3 81 9*1 Trueman Ilsiherltrown, Sahado, W.Merehaiit. 

TANSEL, b. o, I. by Handsel — Vandora (J. Gass). Weight today 103. 

O'liH I Latonia 5 1 2 I" I ;nx fast Iini 9 Lost rid. r. Dieratt B. Brigade, ('heswardine. .Merrigo 

Ii9866 laitonia 5 1 2 f 1:084 fast 104 7 6 7 4' 3-'l Dtekens Sahado. .Merrigo Biieket I!ri'-|de 

69814 Latonia 5 8 1:02 fast 98 8 4 4 2’ 1’ Dieratt l.avalriiia, Ed Kane. D.ViewBelle' 

SHIRLEY ROSSMORE. ch. f, 2. bv Bendoran — Tardy (J. C. Milam). Weight today 97. 

ti.s5«8 la-xington 4 12 1 5i.4 sl.iw 10;. ,3 8 7- 7*" .1 J.ei* .Tinige Itiinlon, I-’ttre 'I’oploftv 

iVS livy 9!i 6 7 4H 7*11) Kiley It.Bowlegs. Chesw’iline. l!.I!riga.le 

4.1* mml 109 I 7 4'' 5- J J Walsli.Xunt Hala, Water Lock. Flown. 

REXALL, ch. 0, 2. by Frankfort — Mignon fJ. J, Galvin). Weight todav 105 

698(9: I.ati. Ilia 5 1 2 f 1 :0S4 fast loo 4 2 3 10 10" IJov.l Sahado MetTi''o V-ins<.l 

69814 I.atoiiia 5 8 1:02 fast 98 In 6 9 6* .5( J'ickens Vansel, Lavalrina Ed K ine 

69688 l,atoiiia 4 12f 57? hvy HI 9 8 7= 7*4 Dickens Ed.K.Tiie, DarlingDan, Hoyalt’liance. 

LADY VIE, ch. f, 2, by Griffon — Vie (G. B. Ott). Weight tedav 103 

70118 lailoiiia .7 8 1;ii:i-: livv ln.7 II H II 11 ID’WHW’k’r Hollow, Elder I.otlise K 

7IHI6S Latonia 5sl:nl mud li):;i 3 3 3 !• 1‘ WHW’k’r Holhiw, IktrlingDan. K:itli Xlttrpliv 

'•9966 I-alonia .7 8 1 :01 * fnsl 103 7 5 4 41 7*1 '1 liiylor Hollow, Balia. Ed Kane. ^ 

7MOSCOW BELLE. ^b. 2. ^bv Jack Point — Queen Ethel (J. R. Taylor). Weight today 106 

•■.‘.•■.h.h: I.. -I ton lit 
69793 Latonia 



PARISIAN MODEL, ch. f, 2. by Lackford — Frenchie (G. H. Holle). 
716I1.7 Em. City .7 s 1:01 fast 6 ln.s 2 4 1 3'14" W (Ml 



i;8504 I.exiiigtoii 
67976 Oaklawn 



4 1-2 f 



1 I 11 I"t W H W'k'rKd Kane, (’heswardine. W . .Mi n lianl 
7 6 6* 7‘'lBiiiie Alliert Star. Evelvn S.. Saliadi.. 

in 7 7= 6*4 T Taylor D.alla, Louise K.’, (’altlia. 



Weight today 100. 
l-onise K. 



I 2 f 1 :12 mini ln_’ 3 
5 1 2 f 1 ;lo hvv 91 6 

5-8 1 :02i fast 9*.i4 7 10 

DARLING DAN, h. g. 2. by Daniel — Florence Darling (S. Forsythe). 

70HS laitoiiia .5 8 1 :n::? livy 98 In 9 in 9.‘. 9"’.)W Otl Hollow Ehh 

7IHI6S laitoiiia 58 1:01 tmnl 97 6 6 4 4' 3"' E .Martin l.adyVie. Holjow. kaHierineMiiriiliv 

69i40 lavtonia 0-8 1:02? good 94 6 4 4 .’{4 4’ liilac EsllierBrown, Salnnlo, W..Merchaat. 

PANTOPS, br. f, 2, by G. W. Johnson — Brussels (W. A. Smith). Weight today 97 

I-;" , ■• ^^ B"*-: liv.v I'H 9 9 9 8' 7'" E .Mnrlin Jm- MrCarthy. I iieasy. Callli.i. 

(.8866 ( liiir. Downs 4 I 2 f ;9> fa.st ln(> 2 H 10* 10“ (! Swain Skyo, Dona II. . Inventress. 

(!8819 ( hnr. Downs 4 12 f 5.7J slow 92 8 8 71 7= G Swgin Geneva S., K. .Mnrpliy, W. llelle. 

HERON, ch. c, 2, by Handspring — Clara Fields (J. Korzeniewski). Weight today 100. 

1-I4 last loa 1.; 8 l^'-'tD ..\nstin iialket. Hoiii^sl, Fiinineier. 



(*87u 5 Clinr. Downs 4 1 2 f 



SECOND RACE — 3-4 Mile. 3-yenr-olds and upward. ScUiiig. 



I :I2* 



108.) 



Index Course DlstTlnieT’ckOdds Wt St >4 % StrFln Jockeys Best Comiainy. 

BLACK FOX. br. g, 9, by St. George — Marie Jansen (Hughes Bros). Weight today 104. 

6,8794 (’litir. Downs 5 1 2 f I ;ni;? J'iist ln.7 7 6 8 9= 8' H.Moreland Ben I riee K., Drlandwiik. 1! Strong 

686.85 Cliur. Dow ns 3-11:17 slow 107 3 4 I 3' 2'1 Foy Lady 1 and. Airshi|i. Ki-lined 

68.780 Lexington 3 4 1:14* slow in'j 1 2 2 2= 14 Foy Kallicrf, Caroline W., Elaneer. 

HAMMERAWAY, b. g, 4, by Hamburg — Clementina (M. H. Tichenor) Weight todav 104 

64214 Saratoga 1 1:40? (ast 106 7 9 6 3 24 1* J Harris Woolwieh, E. James. Cmirl Martial 

60544 Oakland 1 1-4 2:loJ livy 117 2 4 3 3 3=4 3* W Knaiip GiKMll.tiek, Nealon. Eiitionim l!e.\. 

CYGNET, b. m, 7, by Inspector B. — Borealis (J. F. Gaffney). Weight today 109. 

7no43 Liitoiiia 3-1 1:17? mud 111 I 4 7 5= 11 = ' Jess C’nIeyCapef. Marinore;m. Viperiiie. 

69871 I.aitonia 11:41? fa.sl 102 2 1 1 1 3ii 5“ T Taylor Woolstoiie, Demo, lilaze o’Llght. 

69765 I..atoitia 3-4 1:13? last 112 2 5 4 3*4 2’ Bl’kliurk Beatrice K., Haughty. Vi|ieritie. 

BELLTOONE, b. m, 6. by Lettoon — Isabel (W H Olorei. Weight today 109 

70119 Latonia 3 I 1 ;t0? livy inl 5 5 7 6J 7“ I'ieratt Dak Grove, Ihiserrian, Minos 

7n047 laiU.nia 7 8 1 :31* iniid 1 H 2 4 3 1 1‘4 3’i.l Telegraplier, Klorizel. Albert Fir. 

69870 Igitonia 3-4 1:14? fust 101 3 3 2 5'4 7=4 Trueman Dr.L.HiilTniaii, Beat.K., Boser'-ian. 

HAEDSHOT, ch. 0, 8, by Star Shoot— Janio Clay (Doerhoeffer & West). Weight today 101. 

70092 Lalonia 34 1 :2o3 hvy |n.7 I n |n in N'i Grittith Hy pcrhole, LitlleGeorge, ( Fearsoii 

69992 l.atonia 3-1 1:17? hvy 108 9 6 5 5= 3* T ’Taylor Bellinenee, No (Juarter, Wedgwood. 

6!i564 Latonia 1 1:4'»* last 104 6 8 8 8 S’ 8'* .Morlarlly .Monslgiior, Hazell’ateli, Woolstone. 

ANNA BUSKIN, b. f. 3. by Ruskin— A ud> Okamberlaui (H McCarren. Jr.* Weight today 93. 

7nil4S I.aloiiia 1 1:1-7 niiiil 88 8 8 8 6 6= 6== Skirvin lilaze o’l.ighl. Haz. I'aleh. Uoaer S. 

69997 Lalonia 1 1:44*. livy 95 7 4 4 4 4'i 4'-’ Skirvin » onnlyClerk, Della'Tliorpe, D.Stnnne 

6;'941 Jjatonia 3 4 1:11? fast 86 6 8 8 99 S“4 Skirvin .Mat..)iai‘k, Virginia. .Marnioreaii. 

CAROLINE W., b. f, 4, by Loyalist — Ollie (Casey A Riley). Weight today 104 

70117 latloiiia 3 I 1:17). livy '.r.i .7 s In In’ in" Bilac Agnes Virginia. Nelletle, fsara. 

69967 I.aliniia 3 4 1:1 lit fast 9.8 3 4 4 4= 2= J Bntl.’r .*4y IvanBelle, M. Biiehanaii, Ericsoii. 

6‘.i871 Latoni.a 1 1:41? fast ]no 4 2 2 3 48 7”4 V Powers WiHiIslinie. Demo, Blaze o’Light 

LITTLE GEORGE b. g, 3, by Boanerges — Africs (O. H. Holle) Weight today 98. 

70643 Km. City .Ali 3 4 1 ;t(t fast 40 !i7 in 12 12 12 12'= Sehles’ger 'To|isvB<ihinsoii. St. Joseph, .\lenenn. 

7'IC19 Em. City 1 1:41? fa.st 20 91 .7 5 6 8 10* lfl'“iSimiler Minos, l*iinky. Kemp Kiilgel'-y. 

70092 Latonia .3-4 1:20? livy 99 8 5 4 24 2= Bilac HyperlKile, Capt.Fearson, Sis.Pidly. 

FAY, b. f, 3, by Blue Devil — Fairie Queen (M. Young), Weight todav 98 

691142 Chiir. Downs 5 8 1:"" fast ill Dost rider. G Swain Haughty. VoiiiMinie, Beatriee K. 

6S!il6 Clinr. Downs 7-8 1:28* gisal 92 8 5 5 5 56 10'"iSkirvin Dosing. Oak Grove, Royal River. 

6S670 Cliur. Downs 3-4 l:18i livy 97 13 7 3 6* 12=* Jas Heii’syDak Grove, Caniille, Virginia. 

PLAUD, b. g, 3, by Plaudit — Miss Pry (G. Borkel). Weight today 9S. 

69715 fgitonia 7-8 1:32 livy 911.12 12 12 12 9= 9” Bilac Camille, Dr. .Spruill. Boiielirake. 

69411 Latonia 3-4 1:154 good !l54 -3 3 4 7’ 7=‘ \V Ott Dr. L. Huffman, I.IttleGeorge, I)emo 

69349 I..atonia 3-4 1:214 hvy 93 8 4 4 44 3*4 Bilac Floss S., Gold Bell, Mall Box. 

NO QUARTER, b. g, 3. by Kikinar — Sweet Danger (A, B. Maginnis). Weight today 98. 

70069 fxitonia 3 4 1:19 mud 98 8 2 3 3' 7=4 I’ickens Red 'Thistle. Nedra. Bert Dsra. 

6'j 992 l-atonia 3-4 1:17? hvy lOO 8 7 4 In* 2’ Pickens Bellnienee. Hardshot, Wedgwood. 

69790 Latonia 3-4 1:154 fast 99 5 8 10 lO’ ll'“4Pickens Bensonhiirst. B.Osra, Ilr.L.Hiiff’n 

GEPPINA. b. f, 3, by Goodrich— Arabella (F. F, Lyne). Weight today 98. 

70013 Latonia 3-4 1:17? mud 9.7 10 In 10 94 6'= Dieratt Caper. Marniorean. Vi|HM-iiie. 

611941 Laitonia 3-4 1:14? fast 91 11 11 12 12 12*’4Trueman Mat. .Mack, -\. Virginia. .Marinortnin. 

C'J766 Latonia 3-1 1:13? fast 89 5 7 5 8* 11” Dieratt Buatrice K.. Cygnet, Haughty. 

THIRD RACE — 5 1-2 Fuilongs. 2-year-olds. Allowances. t.74.'iic, 1 :(8!1 -4 -117.) 



Index Course DlstTlmeT’ckOdds Wt St 44 H 44 StrFln Jockeya 
COLONEL BOB. blk. e, 2. by Ceaarion — Fonsolette (T. P. Hayes). 
71)746 Em.City Ab 3-4 l;ln? fast 2 117 1 111= 1* Digglns 

707;(4 Ein.City .5-8 1 :00? fast 2 116 1 2 3 2*' 2i' J I.ee 

70625 Em.City Ab 3-4 1:09* fast 15 117 1 2 2 2* I4 J I.ee 

SKYO, b. f, 2. by Goldorest — Visma (G. C. Hughes). 

70746 Eiii.Clty All 3-4 1:10? fa.st 2 III 2 3 2 2>‘ 3*4 Harty ' 



70696 Em.t'ily All 3-4 1:10? fast 6 5 ins 1 

70659 Em.CUy Ab 3-4 1:12? hvy 3? 1U8 3 



1 



Best Company. 

Weight today 113. 
.\ristiille. Skyo. Bounding Elk. 
.Viint Ruse, Maiilieiiner. Hollister. 
.Manlieimer, Aristotle, C. W. Burt. 

Weight today 110. 
Colonel Boll, .Vrislolle. Bound. Elk 



1 1’ 1"' C H Sliil’gR.Aei-oiint, ILniliriilge, LaSorelialL 

7 66 3*4 Dobauka iStauley Fay, Beipbuebc, iiaus. 



WHISK BROOM, ch. f, 2, by Cesarion — Elf (F. Cook). Weight today 110 

l‘-l ' -'J” . ^ Gangel Diiikola. Giles. KeDlienilke. 

- 'cM- ^ • L ’ I* I Mliriihy Ki-lelieinike. Eroiilenae. Ben Slille. 

,ni..8:. hi Eiie .1 S 1 .01? f;ist 2 109 I I I I’ I’ Gaugel Dinkola, Kelrheuiike. II. Ilyiihen. 

ANSONIA, ch. f. 2. by Handspring — Jemima (P. J. Dwyer). Weight today 88. 

715140 (S"e Lexington eharl in this paiie; 1. 

-nw S’ J Joi o 6 6 6 6*’JEngrder Magazine, Number One, Sanguine. 

-^7o- P' 3-4 1:13? fast 98 3 16 6* 6=4 Beckman Sanguine, Amundsen, Banyali. 

lOl.i, Brighton B. 3-4 1:14? fast 97 3 4 5 7* 6’ Beckman Sanguine, youtliful. Fresh. 

HIGH BINDER, b. c, 2. by Pirate of Penzance — Melton Mowbray (T. W. Moore) Weight today 101 
61KJV8 jgitonia 4 12f 57? hvy in? .8 I 8* 8*4 J no Hicks Ed.Kane. DarlingDan. RovalClianee. 

i.;i.ila Lalonia 4l2f last Hi) 8 9 in* 8“ .Ins Hieks J.. Moser. GraclonsDanie. Slonemau 

694)1.) Igitoiiia 4 1-2 f 56* gixid liK! 4 3 36 4’ Jas Hicks Ben .Sami, Re.xall, Water Cooler. 

PEORIA, b. c, 2, by Brantome — Ada Long (D. Hammond). Weight todav 101 

III, 4.1 hi I'.rie .1 .8 1 :nl* fast Iini In3 In 8 s 8= 8*" .1 Baki'V Dailroiie, Onr Boy, King’s Son. 

9- 9'*4H Graham .M.iiontiliRe, D.ofI*)awii, ItrawnevLad 
14 14 13*=4H Graham Dr. Bowling. B. Brigade, BitterSlr. 



67.72'j City Dark 
6T:W9 City I'ark 



3 1-2 f 41? fast ln4 8 

3 12 f 42* fast III) S 



SEVERUS. b. c, 2, by Sempronius— Satellite II. (W. M. Hayes). Weight today 101 

av-'o- I ^ 8; 8“4l’.)lac .Tin- Moser. Alliert Kanz. Gra. Dame! 

68686 Chur. Downs 4 1-2 f 5.i* slow 101 7 8 8 8*» D Austin Gt. Pirate. Ancient, Da rls’n Model 

First Sturt for the following: 

JANGLE, ch. f, 2, by Salvator — Jovita. 

VIOLA GUILD, br. f, 2, by Masetto — Frederica. 



Weight today 98. 
Weight today 58. 



FOURTH RACE — 1 Mile. 3-year-olds. Selling. (May in, IS'.II — 1:10- 1 — 1 DJ.) 



In.lcx ('nurse Di.slTiim T’ckOdds WL SI *J >.7 -’i .StrFiii Jockeys B.-st Comiiany. 

itOUBT. ch. g. S by Star Shoot— Mistrust (P, M. Civill). Wei-lit todav lO'l 

JiKlII (S.-c l.e\li.glon cha.l in this wei^uc today lOJ. 

-ll-ilil i!'l ll'lnl! } - 111 -1 io 'r - - 'i *•«'’ \l P'"’**"* "*‘I*’1> f’*’l<‘. Imlioden. Mariinho. 

!.I I:'!® 1 III -.ll.i* hiy 3 .11 o I , 6 l,“ 6* J .Miiridiy Ctianida, Eactnt uni, Jindter. 

,0.i.t.8 h t Erie 1 1-4 2:11? slop 2 87 4 3 3 3 2* I4 J Mnrpliy I'iianida, Derfeclor, Gold Spray. 

JAFIILLE, blk. t. 8. by Streamer— Medics (W. A. Smith). Weight todav 107 

7'I!)41 i.Si- Lexii.glini .halt in lliis |.a)i.i). vveignt today 10,. 

IlLUll V, V oA •' ^ * 5*4 4’4 E Martin Oak Grove. Boserrian. Minos 

'.,"2.7 I ’* ""',’' 1 I ivl; r""V ■’ " "I 2 1"“ <1 .'lailin Agnolo. Boiielirake. Dciini. 

6 . 1 J,.. L-Itiiiila 1 1 16 1:18? fast !h> 6 — 6’ 6*-J E Marlin Onagga, Sfal|il<H‘k. Henry O. 

COUNTY CLERK, hr. c, 3, by Ru skin II. — Hannah Port (Peyton & Akin), Weight todav 110 

io;i,l iSi-e l.cxinclini .•liail in lliis i;ainTi. •= 

71112:: l.at.niia 1 1 16 l:l:ii !ivv I'D 

;iin48 I.at.inia 1 1:1.7 niinl ln,7 

6'.i 99T I.atiinia 1 1:41.* hvv Int; 



I- - IVa i;f*'"*’s^='*nia, Envoy. Blaze o’Light. 

6 I 7 8 4“ 4'“ Cnimins Blaze o’l.lglir. H.az. Dutch, Rogers. 

^ 6 a 3 16 11 C’lnniins Della 'Tliorpe, D.Stronie, .A.Kiiskin! 

MINOS, b. o. 8, by Handsome— Venus III. (T. Kiley). 

7n.l:: I'.ni.t’ity 1 1;|nJ fast 1 m| 2 7 I I 3.'. 

1 . 



7"6‘.r; 15m. City 1 mliMiv! : I 64 List 
70626 Em City 1 1-16 1:16* fa.st 



. Weight today 112. 

S Icsingcf Hawkania. ’Taunt. 

^ 1 '■* 1‘ M l•|•.•sl■ln Buttons, Granaila. Nellie Racine. 

6 4 _ 1 I a - 4 -M 1 rcston r.infc.ssor. I‘riiic*‘ss()rna. WcMilstnne 

OUARDI. ch. g. 3. by St. Leon ifSTs— Splendour (J. C. Milam). Weight todav 107 

liilMI isce l.cxinvlon <han in Ihis p:i|i,:-i. vveignt touay 107. 

I M''"-'! 1'"' '* Pn'inl.vClcrk. Della’rin.rpe. D.sirome 

' 5 1 ;t 1*4 1’ D Ansllii D.Stronie. W.Milstoiie, Blaze n’Llgtit 

‘ 10,11 9 6 3 3*4 2* J I.ee S0II.V.M., KnightoflvanlnH-. Hurting. 

GEM OF THE WILDS, br. f, 3, by Rainbow — Canebmke (J. T. Clay). Weight tedav 109 

a 'VilliamsRc., ’n,isth8 

fast 9,7 7 6 .5= 4'"4D.ilac Collonny. Eleetoriiic. Ovelando. 

■ijVIS Litoiiia 0-4 1 .l.i4 fast 82 7 7 7 1* 7*’-’4.\ WilliamsGolilpriMif, (’ahlegrain. .Morales. 

BONNIE BARD, b. g, 3, by The Bard — Fluid (D. MacFeat). Weight todav 103 

-;«8- sa;:::; •• r' ^ Kasto,,. I2andNeXnaSn;!^^ 

,ii!8. sai.iloga .. 1 1 1.,? fast KKI 112 9 ,, 5* .7“ J .McC’rtliy Danoscara. Easton. ’Tiro. 

'..im ( hnr. Downs ot 1:17; hvy h)5 13 9 5 11* 11*’4D. Davis ArtfnlDo.lger. Cainiile, HazelDatch. 

HELEN VIRGINIA, b. f, 3, by Sempronius— Samo (J. R. Taylor). Weight todav 103. 

'i'V.; { a ! ' !!' '22 .7 8 -.-".yr 'Taylor (’onnlyClerk. DclhTl'horpc, D.SIrome 

1 -f:? ^ ^lartin Blaze o’EIghr. Careless. Dixie#. 

6J6a, Ealonia o-4 1:14* last 10013 13 13 13 13’* ’T 'Taylor BenStrong, Bensoiiliurst, Teleswpe. 

today 110. 

, I’nngent. 
King Ellsworlli 

GREENER, br. g. 3, by Lord Esterling— Alveria M. tj. T. Combs). Weight todav 103 

V'"'- " 1" I-"- ID' 11== GrifTilh Mainior’n. R’Tliistle, Blaze o’l.ight! 

•.-o4J laiiiisville 4 1-. f o;,* last 101 S 7 7* 7‘*4Grillith Warner Griswell, Zal. Marniorean. 

^imi-T’ I Deceiver— Perversity (H. S. Berry). Weight today 103. 

‘. J .. 4 1:1, A mini 9.7 8 .7 .7 9'= 9'= Dieratt Car’hage. I.i-xoliiie. I.a Veila. 

■Iu-.m’ j'*'!""!** J !’]' f**^* *'**' ’ 5 4 4* r.'Nl’T 'taylor Colloiiny. Eleeloriin'. Ovehiiido. 

i,.M,61 laitoiiia I l;I4Alast 914 5 6 S 9 9=' Trueman (’oIliHiny, 'TheCInnsinaii, Eleeloriiie. 

Mrsi the roses, br. f, 3. by Rainbow — Highland Princess. Weiglit tialay 103. 

FIFTH RACE — ,-8 Milo, 3-ycar-olds and upw'ard. Allowances. ni*2i::n 1 :2T.l :: liNi.) 



HEADLEY, b. c, 8, by Hawkswick — Mis» McLaughlin (G. W. Innes). Weight tod 

•.;I.^| Wiii.ksor 11:41? fast 9s 7 7 4 4 4= 6'= .1 Murphy D.ve Bve H., Eiglit .'Vote, D 

b.i,— \\ Iinisor 1 1:41* g.HMl 91 1 5 4 3 26 2" D Burton Hallianl, Kaelotiim. King El 



Index Course DIstTiiiieT’ckOdds Wt St 'J ’-j *4 StrFln Jockeys 

BEAU BRUMMEL. b. g, 3, by Star Shoot — Dixolette (John Marklein). 
Ti5i;;. 8 ,.s,-c l.e\in.aion ehait in liii- p;iini-i. 

8 S 



Best CumiKiny. 

Weiglit today 98. 



p;ilnl 

698111 i.atoi,ia 11:39* fast 98^ 7 8 8’ 8 S S*=4Diekells 'TlieCIansinun. La Veita. Javanese. 

i'’'!"'"’' '■*’ • ‘ ‘ •”,* \ Dowers .M<nisignor. Convolo, 'Tanglewmid. 

1.966)1 Litoma 1 1-8 1:;.2* fast 1U2 12 13 13 13 12’ 1D» Dickens 'J’iieiiig, Dasadena. Phil Fliuli. 

rOPSY ROBINSON, hr. f, 4. by Sempronius — Spider (H. Oots). Weight today 104. 

,))'.).;s (See I.eNinglon iharl in lliis |i;iperi. 

-l!l!c. !-'"’*!iI’'’ ’M’ i 1 *'■! i? , “ •’ Mnsgr've Goldprivif, Hueiis<d. High (’linme. 

iVi'- ,i ‘ i Fr-.slon SI. Jo.seph. Aleiieon. Da|.|,le Gold. 

lUo-il. Abo-4 l.IO fast !»1* l (i h r» ltoy:ilOii> x. Fnii!rn!:iire, O.IIotU'Sly, 

CONVOLO. b. g, 4. by Contestor— Flo II. (J C. Milam). Weight today 104. 

(S4’' l.i'Miimtoll ill tlii< 

i^V*^***' 1 - 1 1 1 2* 2'5 Austin Fan V'filn, .T:iV!int*se, IVinrcss Orna. 

•V'/* I J !a?*<t lo.» :{ 1 1 1 L»h 7+ |> Aii.stin MIki* Sutton, boxoline. 

K:il..iii:i 1 1 It* 1 :4t!^ fast 1U3 2 1 1 1 IU2‘AI> Austin iS-Itrummel. Taii^MewM. 

HANNIBAL BEY, b. 5, by Emin Bey — Cbula (H. R. Baker). Weight today 104. 

T^r.r’.n (Stf I.i‘\ iiiabiti I'liarl in this 

6S'J')2 ('iuir. Down.s 7-8 1 ;2C? fast DM 5 5 5 5 6’ 6“ J Eee Alliida. Mike Sutton, ('alilegram. 

‘ 1>"" I1S .1-1 1:13.? fast 1)12 5 5 5 6 .5“ 'Trueman Oldlloneslv, C.-ihlegrani, Morales. 

,8.11. ( liur. Down.s 3-4 1:13 fast 108 6 8 S 8 8'* Trueman Zal, .Mike Sutton. I.a Veita. 

J8URY. b. f. 4, by Knight of the Thistle — Interest (B. F. Guthrie). Weight today 104. 

jS*** i-liari in this paperi. 

i, i!" *;’• ; ' ‘ I’n’lensi.m. Fnnienlaire. Dolly I'rini 

2 ^?lll J;’”'*, ^ ’ ^ !H. 4 4 5 6- ;i* Dolianka Roy;il()nyx. GohliinHif, FiitileiihUre. 

)))•._., Iviii.t ily 1 1:40? fast 10 11.7 2 1 2 2 3* 3” C'ininins Eseiilelieoii, liraileii, BernleCianier. 

CADY CAROL, b. f. 4. by McNeil — Canella (Q. H. Holle). Weight todav 104. 

7)5);;s (Se:- I.exingtoii i-liarl in lliis paper). 

pi74l Em.<'ity IminOyl :47? fast 20 'i.7 ;: 1 1 1 1'4 24 W (Kt Just So. Granad.a. Colmnisa 

.11.1;. Em.City All 3 I 1:09? fast 2>0 10.7 5 13 13 13= 13'’ Dohanka WiHsIwlleli. Aleneon. E.Hiirrisonn. 

•i9441 Eatonia 3 4 1:14* fast lot 7 5 4 4* 4= .Moriarily Telescope, faunche, Husted. 

OVELANDO, b. c, 3, by Orlando — Sister (M. Doyle). Weight today 101. 

'"r ' ^ 3« r.'* l-iekens Colloiiny. Eleelorine. G.oflheWihls. 

6 7 84 7’ J Blitter DrineeAIinied, Goldproof. CoIl.Hpiv. 

||.m, 2 .i Litonia 3 I 1:1., fast 99 5 4 4 6 6*4 Dickens Hazelthori,e. Iti.key, Boserrian.’ 

WOODSON, blk. Ii. G, bv St. George — Exclusion (L. B. Dickerson). Weight todav 107 

,2 11:11 fast HI) l-i in in |ii pf* Gritlilti Drine,.\hnie.t. G,ddpi-<«,f. CoikMinv. 

1 i 2 2:3.: last 122 8 6 .7 .7 .76 2” Heiir.v Highiiall. Raphl Water. Eng. I.ail 

1 I I 2;n8? fast III 2 I I 4 34 D J Cmiiey English l.ad. I.oiis.lale, EtwiM„l. 

BARLETTE, b. f, 4. by The Bard — Roulette (W. Grater). Weight todav 104 

i:;5rij Eilonia _ I 1:11? livy 99 t .7 .7 .7 5* 5'= Di. k. ns I.a Veila, I'onvolo. .tavanes,-. 

Latonia 1 2 f 1:11 livy 93 8 7 6 7= 7=4 Kocrtier .Milliaih'S. .Malh-atile. .Stoner Hill 

k 8HI Liloiiia 5 1 2 f 1 :i5l* good 11)5 13 ID S 84 6" K Maeey 'Taip. Trisa n.e, Asliiiea. 



i.98p; l.;ii..nia 
17178 W.islTton I'k 
17)187 ll.irl. iii 



SIXTH RACE — 1 1-3 Miles. 4-year-oIds and upward. Selling, i M.iv 2. ls'.i.7 | :.72 



117. 1 



Best Comp.any. 

Weight today 100. 



CAREW. ch. g, 4. by The Friar — Hanrose (C. E. Patterson). 
||•||23 laitonia 1 ! t 2:U7? fast ln.7 111 I 1= I’ D ,\ 



Index Course DlstTlmeT'ckOdils Wt .St H li % StrFln .lockeya 
SHINING STAR, b. g, 5. by Rainbow — Fair Gift (H. C. Riddle). 

.15,11 |S« ■ l.e\ini.ton chart in Ihis pap.ri. 

71)3:: ; llrigtiton 1 1 16 1 : 4.7* fast 8 HI 4 9 In In In’ 8)’'.\icol Savior. Mi.ssDovh-, Von 'Tronii, 

7111.-4) Brighton B. 1 1 16 1:462 fast IDl 8 li) 11 11 11’ 1 l=*4i:<,adw ee Ro.val Ben, Star (’at. Sonoma Itelle. 

TRENOLA, ch. g, 4. by Trentola — Paoli (J. T, Combs). Weight today 103 

7i5’ll iSee l.evingion clnrl in lliis p;i|,cii. 

ll•2■7n I'.rigliton 1!. 1 1 i 2:n.>? fast Inl 12 H 11 11 9"' 9'"JGarner El:ivignv. Lancastrian .SniillngToin 

70191 Brighton B. 114 2;i6-,A fa.st lill 8 S 7 8 8 8='4.Nntter Sononia' Belle. Elavignv Raeine n‘ 

7i«Kll llrigliton B. 1 1-16 1:46? good In'J 12 12 11 11 9* 7*= Garner Saylor, Eil Ball. Emio’ra. 

IMBODEN, b. g. G. by Guido — Sound (B. M. McDevitti. Weight today 104. 

7''772 !‘'l Eric I I I). l;liA fa.st I |tit 7 7 7 :: 2= I"V llel;d,.v Blaze ,,'Light. Craftv. Liglit No*,* 

7n’r5:; Ft Erie 1 I 16 1 : ti:? fast 3 97 2 7 7 5 4' • Di lali.v Doiil,l. Dim li I'etc. .\i.irinilH,. 

ilNill Ft Erie 1 1:41 g(,od 15 inl 5 6 ,6 6 5'1 2'4 .1 .Mnrpliy St. Jeanne, ('tireless, 'Tlie GIoIh*. 

(CALPLOCK, b. g, 4, bv Oddfellow — Moya (J. Gass). Weight todav 107 

1 l-li’ 1 :4s? fast Dh; 7 — 2* 26 ,T Lee Qiiagga, Henry <).. H.izel I'ateh. 

7.I.S46 Latonia 1 1-16 1:4s fast 1)1;, 5 6 4 1 I'4 1? J I.(*e Siiltrv, ('ar,»w .M,*ilvain 

:y791 laitonia 1 1-4 2:08? fast 104 1 2 2 1 1= DJ Dickens Snllriv. Wat,*r' Lake. .Miss Hawley. 

Weight today 107. 

.\iistin Cl.vde, Savoir Fain*. Bendigo. 

';'*93I' Latonia 11:40? fast Inl 8 5 3 2 34 3**D Austin Cai lhage. Bl.*nne!iw„r;ii. DoeR,*. 

•j9S46 Jgitonia 1 1-16 1:48 fast 1117 2 2 2 3 54 3* Clier.*#’ Si*;il|ilock, Sultry, .Mellvain. 

PRINCE SILVERWINGS, b. h, 5, by The Commoner — Miss Leaflet (J. C. Ferriss, Jr.). 

, ... Weight today 101. 

,15)41 IS,*.* l.i*\inglon elirirt in lliis p:iin*ri. 

riDJtl Em.i'ily 1 3 16 2:n0* fast 30 ]iMt 1 2 2 4 4'" 4’>4M’ Ott K. of Hi,* VaII,*y. Rnlla. Elavignv. 

7lK*8l Em.City 1 1:42 fast 20 112 :! 6 i! 7 7'“ 7*'4Diggins Billions, Henry <)., Drini’ess Drna. 

70.‘M)1 E't Erie 3-4 1:14* fast 6 l')7 10 9 9 8* 6=4 M’ Ott (•an*l,*ss. Reaetlim. Dli,*ron. 

EARLY BOY, ch. g ,G. by Golden Dawn — Braw Lass (D. Hill). 

711:14 1 i.Si-e I,,*\inglon iharl In this p:ip,ri. 

6971.7 LUoiiia 7 8 1:32 hvy ]ii3 6 5 8 7 8* 7="4V Dower.s (■.•iniille. Dr. Spruill. i:„nel,rake. 

68.s5(* Ia*\iiigt,,ii 1 1:41? fast 105 4 1 2 4 O'* S** .1 F'oley Clifton Forge, llainilcar. Bt‘Iil,*ii. 

5.8480 E<*\ingl«,n 1 l:4li; livy 107 4 2 2 2 2= 26 Foy D,*Il:i 'Tliorp,*. S. Rocainora. ('ar,*w. 

UARSAILLES, b. m. 6. by Sir Walter — Lou Dudley (Casey A Riley). Weight today 104. 

ii!*89., iaitonia 1 1-8 List till .,8 8 S S' ii'NfV .',,w,*rs I’lvii,*. I.onis,* .Macfjirlan. H,*nrv O 

69.91 lait.-ini.i 1 1-4 2:0.8? Last lot In 12 10 H 13* 12="4.I Butler Sealpl.s'k. SiiDrv. Wal(*r Lak,; 

C!4;89 Igitonia 3 4 1:19? hvy 114 11 10 11 11= 10*"4.Iess C’nley Iliisltnl, LII.G,*,>rge, Blaze o’Llglit. 

PAUL. b. g 5. by St. Julien — Virgie Wright (Mrs. W. F. Stanhopa). Weight today 104. 

7)5)41 (Sci* l.,*.\ington ••hart in tliis |,ap,*ri. 

7004, Taitonia 7 8 1:31* imnl HI 7 8 8 8 8’ 7’ .l,*.sa (”iiley'T(*l,*grapIier. Flnriz,*!. D.,*1ItiMHi,*. 

5999.1 I.alonia 3 4 1;16; livy 116 4 3 3 24 1* J,*ss r‘nl<*.v Kern, Harnlil D., Kokonio. 

52538 Memiihia 1 1:441 fast 114 14 14 14 8 6’ 2’ Cherry Sealploi-k, Secret, Injunction. 

WATER LAKE, b. c. 4. bv What-er-lou — Queen’s Lake (Mrs. N. B. Davis). Weight today 107. 

71.15)8 Eatonia 1122:17 hvy ln2 3 3 3 1 D u j Lee A'lila. Lillie Elkin. Savoir Faire. 

70022 Latonia 1 1-4 2:0s* fast lii5 10 9 .7 .7 4* 2'4 J Le M„n,H*li„ial. RetHnimler. LittleEIkin. 

5989., Litonia 1 1-8 1:55 fast 107 9 7 7 6 6’ 6’ L Ilailey ('Iy,l«*. Louis** .Mai'farian, H**nry I). 

ICONOCHOBD. eh m. 6, by Kantafca — Nattot (J. H. Baker). Weight today 102. 

7)5)41 (Si"* Li'Xingtiin i-li.irt in lliis |>:i|h*i*(. 

70)122 Lit,,ni.a 1 1-4 2:08* fast 101 14 4 1 D 1*1 T Taylor M ater L.iko, Rehonnih'r, L’tleElkin 

59868 laitonia 1116 1:48 fast 102 8 8 8 7 9* 9'1 Bramlt Redwiani I!.. .Mata, lor. Carei<*ss. 

59791 laitonia 1 1-4 2:08? fast 101 4 8 8 9 9’ 7"4Brandt Scalplmk, Sultrv, M'at<*r Lake. 



Weight today 97, 



GOLDEN SHORE’S LOST OPPORTUNITY. 

Ni*w York. Sepl(*mh,*r 14. Miilh*r, tlie oliseiir,* 
riiler. win, was tirst seieet,*,] to pilot Golilen Shor,* 
in th,* tliinl rji,*,*. was so ,,v,*r*,*,m,,. with tin* r,* 
sponsiliilily repos,*,| in liim i.y tin* pla.ring ,• 011 - 
tingelit win, liaiked tin* Golden Garter gi*liling 
li,*avily at 1.7 I,, 1. that In* f(*II off wiiili* |iarailing 
to the post, allowing his inonnt to run awa.v two 
niiics l„*fori* tin* i*a<*,*. D.n* for this nnlin-k.v niisliai, 
one of Hie liigg,*st killings of tin* year might liav,* 
lM*,*n pnlh*d off. 'Tin* reniarkaiil,* run aflecwanls 
niaile hy Gold, *11 Sliia-e in the tlclnul race warrants 
lUo Belief Uiut it would. 



Want to Correspond 

with partlea ileftlrons of brt- 
tin*; on the roeea at Latonia, 

Ky., besinntnar the 93rd of 
^e|iteniber. ID**?. Addreaa, 

Lock Box 74, Cincinnati, Ohio. 



I 



DAILY KACIXa FORM. 



SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1907. 



F. R. HITCHCOCK, i 
President. I 

• • 



ANDREW MILLER, 

Sec'y and Treas. 



OFFICE : 

The Windsor Arcade, 46th St. and 5th Ave., 
New York City. 

- - ••• 



H. P. WHITNEY, 

Vice-President. 



Race Course: 

Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 



THE 

SARATOGA ASSOCIATION 

FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE BREED OF HORSES 




STAKES 



to be run at the 



Summer Meetings 1908-1909 

To Close on Monday, September 16, 1907. 



JHE RULES OF RACING adopted by The Jockey Club goveni all races run under the auspices of 

T the Saratoga Association. 

Entries to either of the races advertised in this paper will be received only with the under- 
standine and on the asreement of the subscriber, that the provisions of Racing Rules 42 and 43 
(hereto appended) form a part of and govern the contract. 

“Rule 42. Every person subscribing to a sweepstakes, or entering a horse in a race to be 

run under these rules, accepts the decision of the Stewards on any question relating to a race or 

to racing.” 

“Rule 43. At the discretion of the Stewards of The Jockey Club, or of the Stewards, and without 
notice, the entries of any person, or the transfer of any entry, may be refused.” 

IN MAKING NOMINATIONS TO THESE STAKES PARTICULAR ATTENTION IS HERERY 
CALLED TO RULES 50, 51, 52 AND 53 OF THE RULES OF RACING. 



To be Run in 1908, NOW YEARLINGS 

The United States Hotel Stakes of $10,000. 

FOR TWO-YEAR-OLDS.— r.y sul>strii>) ion «f itVi"* cacli; or ?10 If dccl.iroil I.y HciemlMT 
1!K)7; or $.".<» if (h'chired liy May 1st. I'.MiS. Starters to pay additional. 'I’o llie win- 
ner $S..%<Kt. to the s<a-ond end' to the third Winners of two races of the value of 

eaeli, or one of to carry llis. extra; of two of or one of $lo,oO<t, .■> llis. 

extra; of two of $1o.<Hai, or one of $1 .'i.<HKI. S Ihs. extra. Non -winners of a rare of the value 
of allowed 5 Ihs.; of S Ihs.; maidens. 12 llis. Six Furlongs. 

The Grand Union Hotel Stakes of $10,000. 

FOR TWO-YEAR-OLDS.— Hy snhscription of $12.'. eaeli; or flO if declared hy Deeendx'r 
1st. 1!HI7; or if deelan-d hy May 1st. llKtS. Starters to pay $125 additional. To the win- 
ner to tlie s<'<'ond $l.ntHl and to the tliird $.500. Winners of two races of tlie value of 

$4.0(Ki eaeli. or one of $s,<NK», to carry .", llts. extra; of two of $s.ooo, or one of $in.ot»0, ,5 llis. 
extra; of two of $ 10 .<HKt, or one of $1.5.(KXt. S ihs. extra. Non-winners of a race of tlie value 
of $4.tMK» allowed 5 Ihs.; of lbs.; nniidens, 12 Ihs. Six Furlongs. 

The Flash of $6,000. 

FOR TWO-YEAR-OLDS. — Hy snhscription of $.50 each; or $10 if declared hy Deceinlier 1st. 
l!*o7. Starters to pay $HK» additional. To the winner $.5,000, to the s<>eond $700 and to the 
third $.'Mto. Winners of a race of tlie value of $5.000 to carry U Ihs. extra; of two races of 
$.5,0tK), 7 lbs. extra. Non-winners of $1,500 allowed 7 Ihs. Five and a Half Furlongs. 



To be Run in 1909, NOW YEARLINGS 

The Travers of $7,500. 

FOR THREE-YEAR-OLDS. — Hy snhseriplion of $7.5 each; or $10 If ileidared hy December 
Isl, l()o7, or $.50 if declared by Deeenilier 1st, 1908. Starters to pay $12.5 adilitional. To the 
winner $r.,0tM». to the sceiHid $1.tXK» and to the third $.500. Winners in 1!)09 of two races of 
the value of $8, .500, or one of $1.5,000, to carry 3 llis. extra. Non-winners of two races of the 
value of $i;,.500, or one of $8..5iK> in 1!K)9, allowed 5 Ihs.; of two of $2, .500, not having won ii 
race of the value of $5,000 in 1908 or ISHK), 10 Ihs.; of $2,500 In 1900, 15 Ihs. 

/ One Mile and a Quarter. 

The Alabama of $5,000— For Fillies. 

FOR THREE- YEAR-OLDS. — By snhscription of $.50 each; or $10 if declared by December 
1st, l!M)7; or $25 If declared by December 1st, 1908. Starters to pay $100 additional. To the 
winner $4,0<K), to the second $7t)0 and to the third $300. Winners of $3. .500 in 1909 to carry 
3 lbs. extra. Nou-wiuners of $2,»X)0 in 1908 or 1900 allowed 5 lbs.; of $1,000, 10 lbs.; maidens, 
lo lbs. One Mile and a Furlong. 



M any new improve- 
ments, including a 
new track for the 
exclusive use of the run- 
ners, and new barns. 

Good water and plenty 
of it,* Horsemen can ship 
direct to the track over all 
lines and unload within 
twenty feet of the grounds. 



1907 



SECOND ANNUAL MEETING 



1907 



OF TH E 



FORT WORTH FAIR ASSOCIATION 

OCTOBER 8-9-10-1 1-I2-I4-15-16-17. 



NINE DAYS RACING. 



$25,000 in Stakes and Purses for Running and Harness Races 

S300 PURSES, S500 AND S60O HANDICAPS. 

ENTAAINCE TO RUNNING EVENTS FREE. 



Open Betting Ring 



For program of races aud 
all information, address 

O. W. BOARDMAN, 

Racing Secretary, 

Fort Worth Fair Association. 

OFFICE; 

Delaware Hotel, Ft. Worth, Texas. 

O. R. MENEFEE, 

PRESIDENT. 



FIRESTONE 

10-1, ,2nd 

was (iiir xccasioiiii 1 wiic yesterday. If yiiii 
arc liisiiig day after day liy Inlying LEMONS 
from onr iinilalors, why not jicl wise uini 



get in with 



THE ONES THAT 
DELIVER! 

Last week a $20.<I0 Hat l»et on our wca- 
sioual w<Hi 

$ 224 . 00 ! 

We are in tlie know of one that Is lieinj; 
preiiped and tliat will go for the grapes on 

TUESDAY 

Tills trick will 1 m* a cimmI price, and If yon 
want to win a soimI liet. get in on this one. 
Oiit-of-towii sutiserlliers send in your re- 
niittanee at once, so we can mail this one 
in plenty of tluii*. 

Price, $1.00 

AND MONEY BACK IF NOT 1—2. 
Monday's Special: 48-49-47-63-75 -66-96-18. 

T. C. IM & Co.. 

Room 312, 

59 Dearborn St„ Chicago. 

ESTABLISHED 1904. 



OlARDI 

12 I, 2nd 

was Saliirilay's OCCASIONAL WIRE. You 
eannol possibly go wrong hy dealing with tin* 
“STANDARD.” .Ml these Occasionals are 
gnaraiitivd 1 — 2 or next wire free. 

Terms: $5. CO for Six Guaranteed Wii-es. 

Next Occasional Goes 
Tuesday. 

MONDAY 

will have a gisul one on our DAILY ONE 
HORSE WIRE. Do not fail to get it. This 
daily wire can Iwiast of a record of 

9 Winners, 

2 Seconds, 

3 Thirds, 

4 Losers 

out of eighteen starts, the best one last 

mm G„ 15 I, Won 

Tuesday. 

Terms; $4.00 Weekly; $1.00 Daily. 

Monday's Form Special; June Grape-72- 
58-59-51-28-60-58. 

The Standard Torf Guide 

Room 212, 69 Dearborn St., Chicago. 



“THOROUGHBRED” 

Chronicle - Record Semi- W ee k 1 y 

publishes a eoniplete rating and elassitlca- 
tioTi <»f horses racing on eastern tracks. Iii 
ten niiniites employed you lH*«*ouie “YOLK 
OWN U.VNDICAl’I’EU.” System players or 
careful operators not inaking more than one 
or two plays daily will he amazed at the 
success of their own lalxir. These same 
best liets are also published in code daily 
in this iiHper. 

We further piildish “ADV.VNCE INKOK- 
MATION” that positively is unohtainaldu 
hy any other turf concern or piildications. 
We do not have to go into further details 
and advertise a long list of onr records. 
We are iiositively delivering the goods to 
cur old clients, and they are reeommendiug 
our merits to their friends for us. 

Gravesend Best Bets Monday Are; 
IMP 81, I8hB SB, 
ADDITIOJMAI, HPEClAht ICK B9. 
On sale at all live iicws-stanils In the 
I'uited States and Canada, 25 cents a copy 
with code. Semi-Weekly good for three 
days’ information. If unable to secure a 
copy from your newsdealer, remit us direct 
25 cents in stamps for trial copy. 

TH9R0UCHBRED CHRONICLE-RECORD, 

Room 32. Ill Nassau St„ New York, N. Y. 



Turf Exchange 

YP8ILANTI, MICH. 

TRAIBfS hKAVK 

MICHIGAN CENTRAL DEPOT, Detroit, 

' AT ItOO AND’ li40 P. M. 



Vc.terday’a Graad Special waai 

Firestone . lO-I, 2nd 

Well iiieant, hut not i|iiite gixHl 8enoiigh 
to N*at the winner at the weights. Onr 
record on these extra siK'cials Is 88 fol- 
lows : 

FIRESTONE 10-1 2nd 

SCALLOP 10-1 WON 

C. J. CELLA 12-1 2nd 

These were the only three sent out hy us 
this year on this service. 

Monday's Form Special; Florida, Monitor, 
Mason, Swallow. 

•\ $'2o.*iO flat tiet on all fri'c form specials 
since .Inly 31 won $.5*H.00. 

$1.00 Per Month. 25 Centa per Copy. 

NOTE. — .MI suhserilH*rs to our grand spe- 
cial who want our daily one horse wire 
kindly write to ns to that effect. Chicago 
siiliscrila*rs may 'phone us each day at 10 
»’eI<M*k. 

NATIONAL RACINO RBVIBW, 

Ivooiii 37, 71 DearlMirn St., Chicago, 111. 
'Phone Central 35$1. 



ONE BET A DAY 

8 Winning Specials in 13 Days 

at goial (aids is a record to be ru'oud of. 
Play our ONE BEST BET A DAY on our 
Iirogresslve system. Is the most profitable 
and safe way to win. Absolutely safe and 
sure, and only a SMALL CAPITAL re- 
quired. 

If you are a loser, give our uiethoil a 
trial aud lie eonviiieed. 

TERMS: $1.00 Daily; $5.00 Weekly 

REYNOLDS & C0„ 

1009 Chicago Opera House Block. 

PHONE MAIN 18$1. 



Owing to not having proper ]ockey for horse, 
did not start. Will have one Monday SUREl 

_ ^ TOM DAVIS,. 

I Room 28 . . . 159 Washington Street*